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American History & Battles
America's Military Museums
From the decks of the Revolutionary War frigates to actual flying saucers tested by the army, America's great military museums feature dozens of fascinating displays. This exciting production focuses on the bizarre...the awesome...and the moving tributes waiting to be experienced at these often-overlooked galleries. Featured sites include the Navy Museum, the U.S. Army Transportation Museum, the National Cryptologic Museum, the Marine Corps Air-Ground Museum, the Virginia War museum, the U.S. Air Force Museum, the Women's Army Corps Museum, the Air Force & Missle Museum, and the National Museum of Naval Aviation.
|13-4927||45 min.||$ 29.95||©1997 |
America, the Way We Were - Three Volume Set
Remember the home front and America's memory years 1940-45: Victory gardens, fireside chats, Your Hit Parade, Rosie the Riveter, Glenn Miller and FDR teaching his grandchildren to swim at Hyde Park. Three tape set.
|13-8077||180 min.||$ 69.95||©1987 0-929756-33-9|
AMERICAN INDIAN VIDEOS
Received the Awards from American Film Festival, American Indian Film Festival, Chicago International Film Festival and the Cine Golden Eagles Award.
|Hopi: Corn is Life||13-4721||20 min.||$ 19.95||©1997 |
|Navajo: An Ancient Gift||13-4867||20 min.||$ 19.95||©1997 1-883758-02-5|
American Woman - Portraits of Courage
Join Patricia Neal for a fascinating look into the lives of women who altered the course of history in America. From the earliest days of our nation, women have struggled to uphold human dignity, break down unjust barriers and pave the way for opportunity for future generations. Their story is the story of America, and their efforts continue to make this country great.
|13-4338||60 min.||$ 19.95||©1995 |
Attack and Reprisal
December 7, 1941: The Day of Infamy, when the Imperial Japanese fleet attacked the naval base at Pearl Harbor; this was the attack. On August 6, 1945, the U.S. Air Force dropped the first atomic bomb on the city of Hiroshima; this was the reprisal. This video is composed of two separate films combining to make one stunning military video.
|13-0422||52 min.||$ 39.95||©1988 |
Before the Industrial Revolution
In early America, before the advent of modern technology, individuals did for themselves much of what is now done by industries and utilities. The film contains sequences showing old farming methods, the making of soap, bread, sauerkraut, cider, quilting, log splitting, woodworking, lathing, horse shoeing, pottery-making, herb extraction, faith healing and much more.
|13-4006||16 min.||$ 44.95||©1991 9406630-33-8|
From a forgotten chapter of frontier history, filmed on location where it actually happened over 100 years ago, this amazing story comes to life. Utilizing a rare collection of authentic photographs an old debt of recognition is finally paid. General Colin Powell dedicates a magnificent memorial to Buffalo soldiers at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas.
|13-4000||47 min.||$ 19.95||©1992 |
Famous events from the Civil War are recounted and analyzed, including Lincoln's campaign for the Presidency; John Brown's Abolitionist Movement; the Battles of the Merrimac and the Monitor, Bull Run and Gettysburg.
|13-0152||30 min.||$ 24.95||©1985 |
Civil War Journal II
Join host Danny Glover as he takes you through the Civil War using diaries, photographs and factual re-enactment. Episodes include Frederick Douglass, Women at War, The Battle of Chattanooga, Lincoln and Gettysburg.
|13-4339||300 min.||$ 99.95||©1994 1-56501-326-3|
Civil War: The Fiery Trail
Recounts the enduring drama of America's bloodiest conflict. From Fort Sumter to Appomattox, this documentary tells the entire story of the war. On- site photography at more than a dozen battlefield parks puts the viewer on those fields of fire where the fate of the nation was decided. Archival photographs, Civil War art, handsome maps, and period music bring to life the war's major campaigns, battles and leaders.
|13-5041||35 min.||$ 9.95||©1988 0-945716-00-1|
Witness the life and times of the early American colonists in the original capital of Virginia. Filmed entirely on location, these programs provide a stunning portrait of what life in our country was like over 200 years ago.
|Basketmaking in Colonial Williamsburg||13-8085||28 min.||$ 24.95||©1968 |
|Christmas in Colonial Williamsburg||13-8099||28 min.||$ 24.95|
|Colonial Clothing||13-8097||17 min.||$ 24.95||©1974 |
|Flower Arrangements of Williamsburg||13-8100||30 min.||$ 24.95|
|Forged in Wood: Building Anderson's Blacksmith Shop||13-8102||32 min.||$ 24.95|
Cuban Missile Crisis: A Spy Talks
|13-4957||45 min.||$ 19.95||©2001 |
Custer's Last Trooper
A thrilling documentary depicting the drama, suspense and violence of the famous battle of Little Big Horn and the legendary life of General Armstrong Custer. Witness the fascinating archeological dig where the haunting skull of Custer's last trooper is unearthed. Shot on location in spectacular Montana; authentic artifacts, photos and diary excerpts punctuate the excitement.
|13-8141||47 min.||$ 19.95||©1990 |
Dealers in Death
The most monstrous mobsters, madmen, murderers and maniacs of the 20th century are featured in this video. Notorious gangsters such as Al Capone, John Dillinger, and Bonnie and Clyde are revealed in rare live-action footage that was filmed during their short but boisterous careers. Includes some of the most powerful scenes of death and destruction that have ever been filmed.
December 7: The Movie
Banned by U.S. Government censors since 1942, John Ford's lost movie has been restored to it's full-length version. This version has not been seen by the general public until now.
|13-9035||82 min.||$ 19.95||©1991 1-56306-069-8|
Fighting Men: The Green Berets
The true life adventures of three generations of Green Berets. Features action footage from WWII, Vietnam, and Desert Storm. Interviews with historical figures. This is used at Fort Bragg to train new Green Berets.
|13-4352||53 min.||$ 29.95||©1995 0-9647510-0-3|
Forts of the Santa Fe Trail: West to Santa Fe
From large military posts, which continue to build on their histories, to a remote outpost which has survived the serious test of time, to forts which have been meticulously rebuilt on their original foundations, to bare remnants which are gradually disappearing, to majestic ruins stabilized and preserved...all can be found here, on Forts of the Santa Fe Trail.
|Exploring the West||13-4896||50 min.||$ 19.95||©1997 |
|Gold Rush and Gun Fights||13-4898||50 min.||$ 19.95||©1997 |
|Grant and Sherman||13-4897||50 min.||$ 19.95||©1997 |
|Path to Independence||13-4895||50 min.||$ 19.95||©1997 |
|Robert E. Lee Country||13-4838||50 min.||$ 19.95||©1997 |
|Roots of American Entertainment||13-4900||50 min.||$ 19.95||©1997 |
HEADLINE STORIES OF THE CENTURY
This series includes many of the headlines that
captured America's attention.
|America in the News||13-8150||90 min.||$ 29.95||©1992 0-927992-66-3|
Independence: Birth of a Free Nation, Philadelphia 1774-1800
Narrated by E.G. Marshall, this award-winning program recreates the dramatic events that led to the Declaration of Independence and the establishment of the United States Constitution.
|13-2677||28 min.||$ 24.95||©1976 |
JUST THE FACTS LEARNING
|50 Great Years in American Military History||13-4842||45 min.||$ 24.95||©1997 |
|America's Explorers and Pioneers||13-4953||50 min.||$ 24.95||©1999 |
|Declaration of Independence||13-4946||50 min.||$ 24.95||©2000 |
|Fun Facts of American History||13-4843||45 min.||$ 24.95||©1997 |
|Great American State Quiz||13-4841||50 min.||$ 24.95||©1997 |
|Industrial Revolution||13-4955||50 min.||$ 24.95||©2001 |
|Little Known Facts of American History||13-4948||50 min.||$ 24.95||©1999 1-58565-124-9|
|Our American Landscape||13-4844||50 min.||$ 24.95||©1997 |
|Understanding the Government - The Executive Branch||13-4947||50 min.||$ 24.95||©2000 1-58565457-4|
Last Full Measure
A video masterpiece about the Civil War battles at Gettysburg, taking you to the actual sites of the awesome confrontations. Stars Stacy Keach and includes maps of the battle zones, photos of America's leading Civil War historian; little Round Top; Cemetery Hill; Seminary Ridge; General Robert E. Lee and his army of Northern Virginia; Pickett's charge; as well as the short, "Gettysburg: The Final Fury."
Listening to America, 20 Years with Bill Moyers
For more than two decades, Bill Moyers has taken the pulse of the nation. This program looks back at some of the men and women, ideas and places, Moyers has covered in "Listening to America". From Joseph Maya Angelou, Ronald Reagan to Joe Namath, here are the dreams and aspirations of America, voiced by its greatest thinkers, leaders, and heroes in interviews with the creator of the "Power of Myth" and "A World of Ideas."
|13-4249||60 min.||$ 19.95||©1994 |
Opening the West (1860-1900)
Lincoln's efforts to reunite the nation after the bloody Civil War and the beginning of epic westward expansion are discussed.
|13-0007||50 min.||$ 64.95||©1982 1-55919-514-2|
Oregon Trail: Beginnings
This program puts the Trail in historical perspective, relating the events that led up to it and explaining its role in American history. Topics covered include Lewis and Clark and the Astorians, the first emigrants and the Great Migration, the reasons why so many went West, and the beginnings and preparations for a typical journey.
Plot to Kill Lincoln
|13-4956||52 min.||$ 29.95||©1999 |
Portraits In Black
Here are three films in one to increase your awareness of how black writers, artists and freedom fighters contributed to our American cultural tradition. "Paul Laurence Dunbar": Dunbar's writings and the events of his life come alive through eloquent readings by Will Geer, dramatizations, and a dazzling array of photographs and original art. "Two Centuries of Black American Art": The stories and work of black American artists show how black artists were vital contributors to many recognized periods of American art. Works seen in the film were part of a major art exhibition curated by David Driskell. "Gift of the Black Folk": Frederick Douglass, Harriet Tubman, and Denmark Vesey were three courageous leaders in the fight against slavery. Their lives and accomplishments are portrayed here in a creative blend of graphics, live action, and powerful music. Readable captions on the screen take the place of narration.
|13-4404||60 min.||$ 29.95||©1986 |
Proudly We Hail
This is a moving documentary of why American's hold the flag so dear. This powerful film offers a profound historical look at the major American Wars.
|13-6188||52 min.||$ 9.95||©1989 |
Al Capone, Frank Costello, Lucky Luciano, John Gotti, names that are famous in America as Babe Ruth, Charles Lindbergh or Ronald Reagan. Now meet the real godfathers. You will be introduced to the famous "Five Families" that control the mob in America: Genovese, Gambino, Columbo, Luchese and Bonnano.
|13-4174||30 min.||$ 16.95||©1991 0-924739-34-7|
REDISCOVER AMERICA'S STATE CAPITALS
All fifty state capitals are presented in the order in which they entered the Union. Learn the history behind each capital city and its home state. Discover the varying architecture of the capitol buildings, and enjoy the facts about mottoes, agriculture, flag and more. Received Telly Award 1994/1995.
|United States Capitals & States, Volume 1||13-4345||60 min.||$ 24.99||©1995 1-887583-05-X|
|United States Capitals & States, Volume 2||13-4346||60 min.||$ 24.99||©1995 1-887583-06-8|
|United States Capitals & States, Volume 3||13-4347||60 min.||$ 24.99||©1995 1-887583-07-6|
|United States Capitals & States, Volume 4||13-4348||60 min.||$ 24.99||©1995 1-887583-08-4|
Roots of Democracy (1700's)
The dynamic forces that shaped America are examined in "The Economy." The beliefs of the foresighted men who drafted the constitution and the Bill of Rights, the amendments that guarantee our rights to religious freedom, freedom of speech, freedom of the press, freedom of assembly and of equal justice under the law, are examined in "The Constitution".
|13-0004||50 min.||$ 64.95||©1982 1-55919-512-6|
Shades of Blue & Gray
This spectacular program reenacts battle sequences from one of the most violent and traumatic events in American history. Filmed on location in Gettysburg, 20,000 reenactors bring the Civil War to life on the battlefield complete with calvary, infantry and the roar of cannons. Set to the moving music of singer Dave Mathews, this accurate musical account of the battles of the Civil War. This has been recommended by the American Libraries Association.
|13-4854||30 min.||$ 19.95||©1992 |
SMITHSONIAN'S GREAT BATTLES OF THE CIVIL WAR
This series from the National Museum of American
History takes a sweeping look at the military,
political and social history of the Civil War.
|Smithsonian's Great Battles of the Civil War, Volume 1||13-9685||60 min.||$ 29.95||©1992 1-55919-550-9|
|Smithsonian's Great Battles of the Civil War, Volume 3||13-9687||60 min.||$ 29.95||©1992 1-55919-552-5|
|Smithsonian's Great Battles of the Civil War, Volume 5||13-9688||63 min.||$ 29.95||©1992 1-55919-554-1|
|Smithsonian's Great Battles of the Civil War, Volume 6||13-9689||95 min.||$ 29.95||©1992 1-55919-555-X|
|Smithsonian's Great Battles of the Civil War, Volume 7||13-9690||86 min.||$ 29.95||©1992 1-55919-556-8|
You will see many inspiring moments in this treasury
of the world's most quotable speeches delivered by the
great leaders of history.
|Dwight D. Eisenhower||13-5801||60 min.||$ 19.95||©1990 |
|Famous Women: From Suffragette to Senator||13-4383||56 min.||$ 19.98||©1996 |
|Franklin D. Roosevelt||13-5807||60 min.||$ 19.95||©1990 |
|Lyndon B. Johnson||13-4382||57 min.||$ 19.98||©1996 |
|Malcolm X||13-4831||41 min.||$ 19.98||©1997 1-56278-949-X|
|Martin Luther King, Jr.||13-5804||60 min.||$ 19.95||©1990 |
|Nelson Mandela||13-4378||70 min.||$ 19.98||©1996 |
Story of America's Liberty
This colorful, inspirational documentary of America's Christian heritage examines the events that were significant in the founding of America as well as the men who helped shape them.
|13-4215||65 min.||$ 19.95||©1988 0-934837-37-6|
TRINITY AND BEYOND
|Atomic Bomb Movie, The: Special Director's Cut||13-4907||120 min.||$ 24.95||©1997 |
|Atomic Filmmakers, The: Behind the Scenes||13-4888||50 min.||$ 19.95||©1998 |
Tuskegee Airmen: American Heroes!
This is the gripping true story of the 332nd Fighter Group and the 99th Fighter Squadron of the U.S. Army Air Corps-the Tuskegee Airmen-America's first black combat pilots. Harrowing air combat and bomber escort duty comes to life. This program honors their outstanding combat record as well as the pivotal role they played in breaking the race barrier in the military. This is a triumphant story of brave young American flyers who overcame prejudice and opened doors for generations to come.
|13-4901||50 min.||$ 29.95||©1998 |
United States Treasury Presents "The Keys to the Treasury"
The U.S. States Treasury, the department that, among its many divisions, contains the IRS, Secret Service, Custom Service, U.S. Mint, Bureau of Engraving & Printing and many more. Over two centuries have passed since Continental Congress established this Cabinet post. This takes the viewer on tour of the Treasury Building, shows how coins and paper monies are created, learn how the Secret Service protects the president and more. This is the one and only film ever produced about the United States Treasury. (Produced by U.S. government in 1974.)
|13-4724||34 min.||$ 12.95||©1997 1-880957-43-4|
Vietnam: In the Year of the Pig
Emile de Antonio's powerful documentary which won the Grand Prize at the Cannes Film Festival and was nominated for an Academy Award. A harrowing look at the reality of the Vietnam War, the drama and bloodshed and our daily visual reminder of it which made this war unlike any other. B&W.
|13-0089||103 min.||$ 39.95||©1968 |
Vietnam: Reflections Then and Now
This documentary is an account of one veteran's return to Vietnam and his reconciliation of past and present. What Greg Seibold found was a place in some ways remote to the Vietnam of his youth. He laces his memoir with film clips and photos of the war. There are recollections from an ex-Navy Seal and an Army infantryman.
|13-4236||45 min.||$ 29.95||©1993 0-927367-24-6|
Documentary footage tracing the pivotal battle of Khe Sahn and American GIs surviving fierce jungle fighting. Includes a patrol in search of Vietcong.
|13-0090||60 min.||$ 39.95||©1968 |
Vietnam: War at Home
Nominated for an Academy Award, this may be the only film made about the unrest at home during the Vietnam war years. College campuses were in chaos and many people thought we were headed for civil war. The sounds and images of that turbulent era make this video a time-tripping journey.
|13-0363||90 min.||$ 29.95||©1986 |
Voyage of La Amistad: A Quest for Freedom
Three time Emmy Award winner Alfre Woodard narrates this chronicle of the story of the abducted Africans and their battles for freedom, first on the "Amistad" and then as they stood trial in a strange land, taking their case all the way to the Supreme Court with various abolitionists and former president John Quincy Adams leading the way. Court documents and transcripts, letters written by the Africans and their lawyers, newspaper articles and testimony from present day scholars painstakingly recount the history of this seldom told historical event.
|13-4887||70 min.||$ 9.99||©1998 0-7886-0015-X|
War Between the States (1800's)
This program analyzes the institution of slavery and how it came to divide our country.
|13-0005||50 min.||$ 64.95||©1982 1-55919-513-4|
Warring and Roaring (1914-1929)
This program examines U.S. involvement in World War I, the spirited 1920's, and the stock market crash of 1929.
|13-0010||50 min.||$ 64.95||©1982 1-55919-518-5|
West Point Story
Experience the definitive documentary of West Point and its vital role in America's Past and Future. This production has a comprehensive look at West Point from its amazing history to current training to the pride and dedication required to become part of the "Long Gray Line". It is a story that reflects the rich heritage of America and focuses on the great leaders who helped forge its success. Also included is a look at the great history of Army football as well as inspiring music performances by the U.S. Army band, drum and bugle corps.
|13-4902||110 min.||$ 29.95||©1997 |
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