Six of HISTORY's biggest hits including WWII in HD, The Men Who Built America, and The World Wars are now available in one comprehensive 17-disc set. The best and most epic historical documentaries from the most trusted name in the business.
A biography of the life and work of the American designer, Walter Dorwin Teague (1883-1960).As a determined and ambitious man from a tiny rural town in Indiana, Walter Dorwin Teague struck out on his own to find his dream in New York City. After developing a career as an illustrator, he found himself bored in an unfulfilling career. After a trip to Europe, Teague found inspiration in modern art, design and architecture and he decided to create a new profession: industrial design. This decision led to the design of many great items such as the classic Kodak camera, Steinway pianos, Steuben glassware, Boeing Aircraft and more.Selected for the Newport Beach Film Festival, San Diego Design Film Festival, Trail Dance Film Festival and the IDSA International Conference 2014.The DVD contains 10 minutes of extra interview footage with Bill Moggridge, Harry Teague, and Prof. Craig Vogel.When sold by Amazon.com, this product will be manufactured on demand using DVD-R recordable media. Amazon.com's standard return policy will apply.
On Easter Monday 1916, a small group of Irish rebels took on the might of the British Empire. Although defeated militarily, the men and women of the Easter Rising would soon win a moral victorywith their actions leading to the creation of an independent Irish State and contributing to the eventual disintegration of the British Empire. They have inspired countless freedom struggles throughout the world.
The full-length concert film from Neil Young & Crazy Horse s 1978 tour Featuring the legendary hits Cinnamon Girl, and Like A Hurricane Picture restored from original film negative 5.1 surround & stereo mixes24bit/192 kHzHigh Resolution Audio "BECAUSE QUALITY MATTERS"1.Introduction (Live) 2.Sugar Mountain (Live) 3.I Am A Child (Live) 4.Comes A Time (Live) 5.After The Goldrush (Live) 6.Thrasher (Live) 7.My My, Hey Hey (Out Of The Blue) [Live] 8.Stage Announcements (Live) 9.When You Dance I Can Really Love (Live) 10.The Loner (Live) 11.Welfare Mothers (Live) 12.The Needle And The Damage Done (Live) 13.Lotta Love (Live) 14.Sedan Delivery (Live) 15.Powderfinger (Live) 16.Cortez The Killer (Live) 17.Cinnamon Girl (Live) 18.Like A Hurricane (Live) 19.Hey Hey, My My (Into The Black) [Live] 20.End Credits (Live) 21.Tonight's The Night (Live)
Let There Be Light: John Huston's Wartime [Blu-ray]
Manufacturer: Olive Films
Presented in cooperation with the National Archives and the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, this collection features four documentaries directed by John Huston (The Maltese Falcon, The African Queen) as part of his service as an officer in the Army Signal Corps. The documentaries are not simple propaganda, but reflect Huston's own changing attitudes toward war. Winning Your Wings (18:19 min) is a recruitment film for the U.S. Army Air Forces, hosted by Jimmy Stewart. Report from the Aleutians (44:48 min) reveals the tedium of being stationed at a remote Army post in the islands of Alaska. With San Pietro (32:05 min), however, the tone of Huston's documentaries begin to take a dark turn, documenting an Italian military battle that cost an estimated 1,100 American lives, revealing, in unflinching detail, the retrieval and burial of casualties. The Army chose not to publicly screen the film. The final installment, the emotionally devastating Let There Be Light(57:50 min) narrated by Walter Huston (The Treasure of the Sierra Madre), is considered to be one of the most important wartime documentaries ever made, depicting the treatment of "psychoneurotics" (now known as post-traumatic stress disorder), through hypnosis, drugs, and psychotherapy.
The most trusted name in historical documentaries-HISTORYÂ®-takes you on a tour of America's military role through all of its major wars. See how warfare evolved from the time of the American Revolution up through the Civil War and into modern times.