Vietnam a television history /

This is a multi-part series on the Vietnam conflict, covering the history of Indochina, the French wars, and United States involvement, using actual film footage from news and government archives.

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Corporate Authors: WGBH (Television station : Boston, Mass.)
Central Independent Television.

Société nationale de télévision en couleur "Antenne 2."

LRE Productions.

WGBH Video (Firm)
Other Authors: Vecchione, Judith. (Producer, Screenwriter)
Hoyt, Austin.
(Screenwriter)

Lyman, Will.
(Narrator)

Ellison, Richard (Producer)

Deane, Elizabeth

Pearson, Andrew.

Smith, Martin, 1939-

Palling, Bruce.

Hoving, Peter.

Mellowes, Marilyn H.

Bundschuh, Werner.

Blau, Ron.

Hart, Mickey.

Kreutzmann, Bill, 1946-
Format: Movie DVD
Language:English
Published:[Boston] : WGBH Boston Video, [2004]
Series:Vietnam experience.
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Related Information:http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/amex/vietnam/ Additional material available at American Experience Web site
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Uniform Title:Vietnam, a television history (Television program)
Summary:This is a multi-part series on the Vietnam conflict, covering the history of Indochina, the French wars, and United States involvement, using actual film footage from news and government archives.

An extraordinary, Emmy(r) award-winning series about the people who masterminded this controversial war, and the Americans and Vietnamese who fought it. This eleven-hour DVD collection carefully analyzes the costs and consequences of this controversial but intriguing war. From the first episode, Roots of a War, to the last, The End of the Tunnel, it provides a detailed visual and oral account of the war that changed a generation and continues to color American thinking on many military and foreign policy issues.

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Language Notes:Closed-captioned.
General Notes:Originally broadcast as a 13-part series on PBS in 1983; edited from 13 hours to 11 hours and rebroadcast in 1997 as part of the television show: American experience.
"Contains scenes of graphic violence; viewer discretion is advised."
First episode has disc label title: Roots of a war (1945-1953).
Physical Description:4 videodiscs (approximately 660 minutes) : sound, black & white and color ; 4 3/4 in.
Credits:Camera, Donato Bottiglione ... [et al.] (1st, 5th episodes), Jean-Marie Estéve ... [et al.] (2nd episode), Peter Hoving (3rd, 6th episodes), Murdoch Campbell, John Gordon, and Joseph Vitagliano (4th episode), Gerry Pinches and Jerry Hogrewe (7th episode), Werner Bundschuh ... [et al.] (8th episode), Ron Blau ... [et al.] (9th episode), Kevin Burke ... [et al.] (10th episode), John Gordon ... [et al.] (11th episode) ; editing, Eric W. Handley (1st episode), Carol Hayward (2nd episode), Eric Neudel (3rd, 6th episodes), Ruth Schell (4th episode), Julian Ware (5th episode), Glen Cardno (7th episode), Paul Cleary (8th episode), Jonathan Morris (9th episode), Mavis Lyons Smull (10th episode), Carol Hayward and Daniel Eisenberg (11th episode) ; music, Mickey Hart and Billy Kreutzmann.
Performer:Narrator, Will Lyman.
System Details:DVD ; NTSC ; Dolby digital 2.0 ; 4x3 full screen.
Audience:Not rated.
Production Credits:Camera, Donato Bottiglione ... [et al.] (1st, 5th episodes), Jean-Marie Estéve ... [et al.] (2nd episode), Peter Hoving (3rd, 6th episodes), Murdoch Campbell, John Gordon, and Joseph Vitagliano (4th episode), Gerry Pinches and Jerry Hogrewe (7th episode), Werner Bundschuh ... [et al.] (8th episode), Ron Blau ... [et al.] (9th episode), Kevin Burke ... [et al.] (10th episode), John Gordon ... [et al.] (11th episode) ; editing, Eric W. Handley (1st episode), Carol Hayward (2nd episode), Eric Neudel (3rd, 6th episodes), Ruth Schell (4th episode), Julian Ware (5th episode), Glen Cardno (7th episode), Paul Cleary (8th episode), Jonathan Morris (9th episode), Mavis Lyons Smull (10th episode), Carol Hayward and Daniel Eisenberg (11th episode) ; music, Mickey Hart and Billy Kreutzmann.
ISBN:159375146X
9781593751463