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1. How the West Was Won (1962)

Approved | 164 min | Western

7.1
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A family saga covering several decades of Westward expansion in the nineteenth century--including the Gold Rush, the Civil War, and the building of the railroads.

Writer: James R. Webb | Directors: John Ford, Henry Hathaway, George Marshall, Richard Thorpe | Stars: James Stewart, John Wayne, Gregory Peck, Henry Fonda

Votes: 12,998

2. The Big Trail (1930)

Passed | 158 min | Adventure, Western, Romance

7.3
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Breck Coleman leads hundreds of settlers in covered wagons from the Mississippi River to their destiny out West.

Writer: Hal G. Evarts | Directors: Raoul Walsh, Louis R. Loeffler | Stars: John Wayne, Marguerite Churchill, El Brendel, Tully Marshall

Votes: 2,261

3. They Died with Their Boots On (1941)

Approved | 140 min | Biography, Drama, Romance

7.3
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Highly fictionalized account (see 'goofs' for examples) of the life of George Armstrong Custer from his arrival at West Point in 1857 to his death at the battle of the Little Big Horn in ... See full summary »

Writers: Wally Kline, Æneas MacKenzie | Director: Raoul Walsh | Stars: Errol Flynn, Olivia de Havilland, Arthur Kennedy, Charley Grapewin

Votes: 4,066

4. Fighting Caravans (1931)

Passed | 92 min | Romance, Western

5.9
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A young frontier scout helps guide a freight wagon train across the country, fighting off Indians and evil traders, while his two crusty companions try and save him from falling in love.

Writers: Zane Grey, Edward E. Paramore Jr., Keene Thompson, Agnes Brand Leahy | Directors: Otto Brower, David Burton | Stars: Gary Cooper, Lili Damita, Ernest Torrence, Tully Marshall

Votes: 349

5. None Shall Escape (1944)

85 min | Drama, War

7.1
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The career of a Nazi officer shown as flashbacks from his trial as a war criminal.

Writers: Lester Cole, Alfred Neumann, Joseph Than | Director: André De Toth | Stars: Marsha Hunt, Alexander Knox, Henry Travers, Erik Rolf

Votes: 232

6. The Great Indian Wars 1540-1890 (1991)

96 min | Documentary, War, Western

5.9
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Documentation of the encroachment of European settlers upon Native American lands and the violent reaction of the Indians in their struggle to survive.

Writer: Marlene Carabello | Stars: Jack Hanrahan, Sitting Bull, Geronimo, Lloyd Bridges

Votes: 55

7. Enchanted Forest (1936)

75 min | Documentary

4.9
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Writers: Albert Graf von Pestalozza, Carl Maria Holzapfel | Directors: Hanns Springer, Rolf von Sonjevski-Jamrowski | Stars: Günther Hadank, Heinz Herkommer, Paul Klinger, Lothar Körner

Votes: 12

8. Blut und Boden (1933)

Short

6.7
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Writers: E.Th. Brugers, Karl Motz | Directors: Walter Ruttmann, Hans von Passavant, Rolf von Sonjevski-Jamrowski | Stars: Heinz Berghaus, Carl de Vogt, Herta Scheel, Jakob Sinn

Votes: 6

9. The World at War (1973– )
Episode: A New Germany: 1933-1939 (1973)

Documentary, History, War

8.9
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Program chronicles the draconian measures taken by Adolf Hitler to become absolute dictator of Germany and begin his domination of Europe.

Writer: Neal Ascherson | Director: Hugh Raggett | Stars: Laurence Olivier, Christabel Bielenberg, Emmi Bonhoeffer, Eva Braun

Votes: 139

10. The World at War (1973– )
Episode: Alone: May 1940-May 1941 (1973)

Documentary, History, War

8.7
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Following the defeat and retreat at Dunkirk, Britain desperately works to rearm and prepare their defenses. But Germany was not well prepared to press their offensive and invade. After ... See full summary »

Writer: Laurence Thompson | Director: David Elstein | Stars: Laurence Olivier, Max Aitken, Lord Beaverbrook, J.R. Colville

Votes: 96

11. The World at War (1973– )
Episode: Banzai! Japan: 1931-1942 (1973)

Documentary, History, War

8.5
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Following Japan's conquest of eastern Asia the Allies finally respond with sanctions. They prove so threatening to Japan that it prepares to conquer Southeast Asia to secure the resources ... See full summary »

Writer: Peter Batty | Stars: Laurence Olivier, Mitsuo Fuchida, Minoru Genda, Hirohito

Votes: 79

12. The World at War (1973– )
Episode: Barbarossa: June-December 1941 (1973)

Documentary, History, War

8.6
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Following the conquest of France Hitler, almost casually by blitzkrieg standards, turn his eyes toward Russia. But Stalin is equally lackadaisical in preparing defenses against Germany. The... See full summary »

Writer: Peter Batty | Stars: Laurence Olivier, Ion Antonescu, Averell Harriman, King Boris III

Votes: 98

13. The World at War (1973– )
Episode: Distant War: September 1939-May 1940 (1973)

Documentary, History, War

8.7
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France and England enter World War 2 following Germany's invasion of Poland. But with the exception of its navy England is rather uncertain how to prepare. After a failed operation in ... See full summary »

Writer: Laurence Thompson | Director: David Elstein | Stars: Laurence Olivier, Robert Boothby, R.A. Butler, Lord Chandos

Votes: 110

14. The World at War (1973– )
Episode: France Falls: May-June 1940 (1973)

Documentary, History, War

8.9
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As their forces invade Northern Europe German strategists capitalize time and again on French preconceptions confounding French defenses.

Writer: Peter Batty | Stars: Laurence Olivier, André Beaufre, Charles de Gaulle, Lawrence Durrell

Votes: 98

15. The World at War (1973– )
Episode: Genocide: 1941-1945 (1974)

Documentary, History, War

8.9
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The history of the Nazi persecution of the Jews, showing events leading to the "Final Solution". Footage and Interviews with SS officers and Jewish survivors from various countries describe... See full summary »

Writer: Charles Bloomberg | Director: Michael Darlow | Stars: Laurence Olivier, Rita Boas-Koopman, Richard Böch, Anthony Eden

Votes: 75

16. The World at War (1973– )
Episode: Home Fires: Britain - 1940-1944 (1974)

Documentary, History, War

8.4
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The war effort required total commitment from British citizens stretching their bodies and spirits to the breaking point and occasionally beyond it. As a result of grim news early in the ... See full summary »

Writer: Angus Calder | Stars: Laurence Olivier, William Beveridge, Mrs. Gwen Bunt, R.A. Butler

Votes: 64

17. The World at War (1973– )
Episode: Inside the Reich: Germany - 1940-1944 (1974)

Documentary, History, War

8.9
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Germany is jubilant after the surrender of France. Then the unsuccessful expansion of the war to include Russia and England gradually turns German morale from joy to fatalism. Even der ... See full summary »

Writer: Neal Ascherson | Stars: Laurence Olivier, Hertha Beese, Christabel Bielenberg, Emmi Bonhoeffer

Votes: 67

18. The World at War (1973– )
Episode: It's a Lovely Day Tomorrow: Burma - 1942-1944 (1974)

Documentary, History, War

8.7
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Allied forces were totally unprepared for the Japanese invasion of Burma in 1942. The Japanese quickly overran the country. The Allies counter-attacked using troops unfamiliar with jungle ... See full summary »

Writer: John Williams | Director: John Pett | Stars: Laurence Olivier, Walter Boller, Sydney Bowers, Leonard Brown

Votes: 66

19. The World at War (1973– )
Episode: Japan: 1941-1945 (1974)

Documentary, History, War

8.5
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After the victories in 1941-2, Japanese fortunes reverse as America succeeds in destroying their aircraft fleet and Pacific island bases. At home, shortages of goods and manpower lead to desperation for the population.

Writer: Courtney Browne | Director: Hugh Raggett | Stars: Laurence Olivier, Naoki Hoshino, Toshikazu Kase, Teruo Okada

Votes: 57

20. The World at War (1973– )
Episode: Morning: June-August 1944 (1974)

Documentary, History, War

9.0
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Four years after France fell the Allies invade Normandy. Caught by surprise the German defenses are quickly overcome. Heading inland the Allies win major victories against fierce resistance.

Writer: John Williams | Director: John Pett | Stars: Laurence Olivier, David Belchem, Winston Churchill, J. Lawton Collins

Votes: 62

21. The World at War (1973– )
Episode: Nemesis: Germany - February-May 1945 (1974)

Documentary, History, War

8.9
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The closing weeks of the European war bring retribution for Germany in the form of carpet bombing cities like Dresden, the collapse of the Whermacht, atrocities by Soviet forces, and finally the fall of Berlin and suicide of Hitler.

Writer: Stuart Hood | Director: Martin Smith | Stars: Laurence Olivier, Vladimir Antonov, Eberhard Bethge, Eva Braun

Votes: 65

22. The World at War (1973– )
Episode: Occupation: Holland - 1940-1944 (1974)

Documentary, History, War

8.8
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The Dutch are shocked when the Germans bomb Rotterdam and invade their neutral country. But Germany follows with insidious conciliatory gestures that ease tensions. Germany gradually ... See full summary »

Writer: Charles Bloomberg | Director: Michael Darlow | Stars: Laurence Olivier, Rita Boas-Koopman, J.A.H.J.S. Bruins Slot, J.F. Bubberman-Boer

Votes: 61

23. The World at War (1973– )
Episode: On Our Way: U.S.A. - 1939-1942 (1973)

Documentary, History, War

8.5
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Although those in the know figured it was just a matter of time, the United States only reluctantly participated in World War 2. But it was not a foregone conclusion that the United States ... See full summary »

Writer: Peter Batty | Stars: Laurence Olivier, George Ball, Vannevar Bush, Masataka Chihaya

Votes: 79

24. The World at War (1973– )
Episode: Pacific: February 1942-July 1945 (1974)

Documentary, History, War

8.8
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The island hopping strategy of Admiral Nimitz and General MacArthur leads from one costly, battle after another. The Japanese fight fanatically as the war gets ever closer to home, but Americans finally use their newest weapon, the A-bomb.

Writer: David Wheeler | Director: John Pett | Stars: Laurence Olivier, Frank Manson, Roy Voris, Douglas MacArthur

Votes: 61

25. The World at War (1973– )
Episode: Pincers: August 1944-March 1945 (1974)

Documentary, History, War

8.6
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As the Allies debate how to prosecute the the invasion of Germany, Hitler settles the question with a massive counter attack in the Ardenne. Failure of the attack leaves German defenses of ... See full summary »

Writer: Peter Batty | Stars: Laurence Olivier, J. Lawton Collins, Charles de Gaulle, Francis de Guingand

Votes: 62

26. The World at War (1973– )
Episode: Reckoning: 1945... and After (1974)

Documentary, History, War

8.7
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As wretched survivours suffer deprivations amongst the ruins, half of Germany and eastern Europe trade one socialist tyranny for another as the Soviets take power. Japan is occupied by the U. S., but the colonial empires disintegrate.

Writer: Jerome Kuehl | Stars: Laurence Olivier, Stephen Ambrose, Charles Bohlen, Anthony Eden

Votes: 55

27. The World at War (1973– )
Episode: Red Star: The Soviet Union - 1941-1943 (1974)

Documentary, History, War

8.6
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Bent on fulfilling Hilter's policy of colonizing Russia, German forces invade subjecting inhabitants of occupied lands to servitude or death. Russians respond with a mass evacuation and ... See full summary »

Writer: Neal Ascherson | Director: Martin Smith | Stars: Laurence Olivier, Ivan Chistyakov, Vsevelod Klokov, Ivan Ludnikov

Votes: 76

28. The World at War (1973– )
Episode: Remember (1974)

Documentary, History, War

9.0
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For many the Second World War was the most significant experience of their lives. These are heartbreaking first hand remembrances from a vast array of survivors from both sides of the war.

Writer: Jeremy Isaacs | Stars: Laurence Olivier, John Barne, Stanley Drinkwater, Lawrence Durrell

Votes: 63

29. The World at War (1973– )
Episode: Stalingrad: June 1942-February 1943 (1974)

Documentary, History, War

9.0
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Germany is dealt a crushing defeat when the Russians' stubborn defense of Stalingrad delays the German offensive giving the Russians time to mass their forces for a counter attack that ... See full summary »

Writer: Jerome Kuehl | Director: Hugh Raggett | Stars: Laurence Olivier, Adolf Hitler, Friedrich Paulus

Votes: 80

30. The World at War (1973– )
Episode: The Bomb: February-September 1945 (1974)

Documentary, History, War

9.0
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Following the events from the death of US President Roosevelt through to the dropping of the two bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki that prompted Japan's surrender.

Writer: David Elstein | Stars: Laurence Olivier, McGeorge Bundy, James Byrnes, Anthony Eden

Votes: 61

31. The World at War (1973– )
Episode: The Desert: North Africa - 1940-1943 (1973)

Documentary, History, War

8.5
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In 1940 Mussolini deploys a massive army to invade British held Egypt, to capture the Suez Canal and most of all to establish an Italian empire to rival Germany's. So begins a multi-year ... See full summary »

Writer: Peter Batty | Stars: Laurence Olivier, David Belchem, Winston Churchill, Paola Colacicchi

Votes: 75

32. The World at War (1973– )
Episode: Tough Old Gut: Italy - November 1942-June 1944 (1974)

Documentary, History, War

8.5
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After driving the Germans from North Africa the Allies turn their sites on Italy. But the Italian campaign turned out to be tougher the anyone expected. American reluctance to divert ... See full summary »

Writer: David Wheeler | Stars: Laurence Olivier, Harold Alexander, Bill Becket, Alan Brooke

Votes: 63

33. The World at War (1973– )
Episode: Whirlwind: Bombing Germany - September 1939-April 1944 (1974)

Documentary, History, War

8.5
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While the British continue to rely on night bombing the American forces attempt to use more dangerous but more precise daylight bombing to interdict German military production and crush the national will.

Writer: Charles Douglas Home | Director: Ted Childs | Stars: Laurence Olivier, Hans Brunswig, Winston Churchill, John Corcoran

Votes: 72

34. The World at War (1973– )
Episode: Wolf Pack: U-Boats in the Atlantic - 1939-1944 (1974)

Documentary, History, War

8.4
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For three years German u-boats ravage transatlantic convoys. Despite the critical need for the supplies and materiel British leadership give scant attention to the matter for two years. ... See full summary »

Writer: J.P.W. Mallalieu | Director: Ted Childs | Stars: Laurence Olivier, Edward Butler, Peter Cremer, Karl Dönitz

Votes: 73