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The Old Soldier Who Never Dies Has Returned! 5 Documentaries About America’s Caesar Packed Into 1 All Regions Dual Layer DVD!
THE GENERAL (45 Min., B&W)
Van Heflin narrates this insightful view into the life of the man often referred to as "America's Caesar".
PERSPECTIVE ON GREATNESS: MACARTHUR: THE GENERAL (50 Min., B&W)
This documentary is special on a number of levels. Winningly produced in the old school manner of substance over style which intelligently analyzes and reports on the contradictory life and times of this complicated man, it is also a special tribute to the general by Presidents Hoover, Eisenhower and Kennedy, as well as a rare example of a colorization technique of a by-gone era, where the screen is tinted magenta at left bottom, cyan at top right and yellow in-between for a unique treatment of black and white original film.
MACARTHUR: THE DEFIANT GENERAL (28 Min., Color)
Hall Holbrook narrates this critical analysis into the dualistic nature of the archetypical "soldier who never dies".
MEN IN CRISIS: TRUMAN VS MACARTHUR: CLASH OVER KOREA (23 Min., B&W)
Richard Basehart narrates this probe into the nature of the falling-out between the president and the general over Korean policy in general and the subordination of military men to the Commander-In-Chief in particular.
MEN IN CRISIS: MITCHELL VS MILITARY TRADITION: TRIAL OF AIR POWER (23 Min., B&W)
Richard Basehart returns to narrate the improbable story of BIlly Mitchell, the great American visionary of military aviation, who was court martialed on charges of insubordination when he criticized his superiors regarding air power in much the same way that MacArthur criticized Truman 20 years later regarding Korea, and who had but one man on the military tribunal who handled the case that voted in Mitchell's favor: Douglas MacArthur.