Colour of war [videorecording] : the British story.
Associated Name: Waldrep, Mark.
Associated Name: Binns, Stewart.
Associated Name: Carter, Lucy.
Associated Name: Thaw, John, 1942-2002.
Associated Name: TWI (Firm)
Associated Name: Carlton Television.
Associated Name: Goldhil DVD (Firm)
Publication year: [p2002]
Call Number D811.A2 C651 2002
Media class: Document
Edition: Digital collector's ed.
Publisher: [Thousand Oaks, CA] : Goldhil DVD
ISBN: 1585659347 743457165525
"For 6 years (1934-1945) the British people fought and endured. This is their story." -- opening comments on each videodisc.
"A TWI/Carlton production" -- container.
Special features: extra footage; letters and diaries; timeline; British WWII posters.
Producers: Mark Waldrep (Goldhil), Stewart Binns, Lucy Carter.
Narrated by John Thaw.
MPAA rating: Not rated.
DVD (dual layered), Dolby digital 5.1 or Dolby digital 2.0.
Additional information: 1 videodisc (ca 180 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
Total no. of loans: 0
Loans this year: 0
No. of reservations: 0
"The Second World War has mainly been seen in black and white. But recent research has unearthed superb color film that shows what it really looked like to those who were there. Covers the events that happened on the British home front between 1934 and 1945. It tells the remarkable story of Britain's involvement in the Second World War using much color film footage, letters and diaries of people who lived through this unforgettable period in British history." -- back of container.
[I] Darkest hour / producers: Stewart Binns, Lucy Carter -- [II.] The beginning of the end / producers: Stewart Binns, Lucy Carter -- [III.] Unknown warriors / produced and directed by Lucy Carter.
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