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Victory at Sea

Year:
Duration:
98 min
Genres:
Documentary | War
IMDB rate:
8.5
Director:
Isaac Kleinerman
Details
Country: USA
Release Date: 1954-08-02
Cast
Actor
Character
Alexander Scourby
Narrator (voice)
Harold Alexander
Himself (archive footage)
Alan Brooke
Himself (archive footage)
Winston Churchill
Himself (archive footage)
Galeazzo Ciano
Himself (archive footage)
Karl Dönitz
Himself (archive footage)
Joseph Goebbels
Himself (archive footage) (as Josef Goebbels)
Rudolf Hess
Himself (archive footage)
Heinrich Himmler
Himself (archive footage)
Hirohito
Himself (archive footage)
Adolf Hitler
Himself (archive footage)
Wilhelm Keitel
Himself (archive footage)
King Victor Emmanuel III
Himself (archive footage)
Bernard L. Montgomery
Himself (archive footage)
Benito Mussolini
Himself (archive footage)
Pope Pius XII
Himself (archive footage)
Franklin D. Roosevelt
Himself (archive footage) (as Franklin Delano Roosevelt)
Joachim von Ribbentrop
Himself (archive footage)
Faq
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Availability to rent or buy this "movie"?
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This title is for a 1954 documentary -- not to be confused with the same title as the 26 episode (30" each), which was first screened on NBC TV in 1952. The original "series" is a masterpiece of accuracy and editing. Does anyone know where "Victory at Sea" (1954) (the documentary movie) can be rented or purchased?
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Availability to rent or buy this "movie"?
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I recorded this from TV some years ago. Must have been in the late 80's or early 90's. Didn't note the date on the tape.If my memory serves me correctly, it was on A&E. Back in that time period, A&E had what I call "war night" on Wednesday evenings.It is on VHS tape. I am going to burn an archive copy to DVD for my own personal use, as tape deteriorates with time.I have never seen this for sale on VHS tape or DVD. Maybe someone should contact NBC.It was followed at a later date by another WWII documentary from the same source, same narrator I believe. It was called the "Twisted Cross" and was about Hitler et al. Music is from the same source as Victory at Sea. Another great production that will get lost in time by people today who don't care about the past!
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