Why We Fight - Series Set

Directed by Frank Capra

GoodTimes Entertainment | June 26, 2001 | DVD

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Through Frank Capra's compilation of contrasting images, some of which were taken from captured propaganda footage, the documentary series, "Why We Fight," portrays the fascist threat to the free world. The collection contains: "Prelude to War and The Nazi Strike," "Divide and Conquer," "The Battle of Britain," "The Battle of Russia," "The Battle of China" and "War Comes to America."

Video Release: June 26, 2001

Theatrical Release: 1942

Runtime: 415

Rating: Not Rated

Studio: GoodTimes Entertainment

UPC: 018713830166

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Why We Fight - Series Set

Directed by Frank Capra

Video Release: June 26, 2001

Theatrical Release: 1942

Runtime: 415

Rating: Not Rated

Studio: GoodTimes Entertainment

UPC: 018713830166


Edition Description
  • B&W
  • Runtime: 415 minutes
  • NTSC (Canada and USA)
  • Originally in English
  • Released in English

Synopsis

Through Frank Capra's compilation of contrasting images, some of which were taken from captured propaganda footage, the documentary series, "Why We Fight," portrays the fascist threat to the free world. The collection contains: "Prelude to War and The Nazi Strike," "Divide and Conquer," "The Battle of Britain," "The Battle of Russia," "The Battle of China" and "War Comes to America."

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All six volumes specially priced in a set. For video details see individual titles.

Notes

Collector's edition of the "Why We Fight" series: See separate records for more information. This series of films was produced for the US War Office, and at President Roosevelt's insistence, it was later shown to the public. As a result, Prelude to War won an Academy Award as Best Documentary in 1942. For his efforts, Frank Capra was awarded the Distinguished Service Medal by his commanding officer, George C. Marshall.
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