THE INSANITY OF WORLD WAR 1 - 4 Hour Miniseries ( In production )
THE INSANITY OF WORLD WAR 1 is the dramatic story of the nightmare that engulfed the entire world. This incredible series tells the untold stories, unbelievable facts and unimaginable horrors of the men and women who lived, suffered and died serving their countries.
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ARIZONA HEROES OF WORLD WAR 1 - 1 Hour Special ( in production )
One hundred years has passed since the War to End All Wars was fought. Arizonans played an active and important part in this historic conflict. ARIZONA HEROES OF WORLD WAR 1 pays tribute to the memory of Arizona's brave heroes. Americans must never forget the sacrifices that many of our fellow countrymen have made to defend our country and protect our freedoms.
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PSA's Commemorating the 50th Anniversary of World War 2 ( Aired on TV stations nationwide )
A series of Public Service Announcements (PSA's) created and produced by Hollywood Home Entertainment for the United States Department of Defense to commemorate the 50th Anniversary of World War 2. Each spot is hosted and narrated by well known Hollywood personalities Charlton Heston, Ernest Borgnine, Walter Kronkite, and others.
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HITLER TO HIROSHIMA - 4 Hour Miniseries ( In worldwide TV and DVD distribution )
HITLER TO HIROSHIMA documents the horrifying drama of the Axis powers', Hitler's Germany, Tojo's Japan, and Mussolini's Italy, who joined forces to crush and enslave the free world. The full might of the Nazi war machine pounded at the gates of London and Stalingrad. Japan assaulted China and the island nations of the Pacific.
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HOLLYWOOD GOES TO WAR - 26 Hour Series ( In worldwide TV and DVD distribution )
HOLLYWOOD GOES TO WAR is based on the critically acclaimed wartime documentaries created by and starring Hollywood's greatest talents. Hollywood Home Entertainment's special relationship with the Capra, Ford, Huston and Wyler families provide an intimate look at the wartime lives and films of these great directors. At their best they are highly personal statements about the realities of war - remarkable for their power, intelligence, and vision.