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Victory at Sea (1954)

Approved | | Documentary, War | 2 August 1954 (USA)
A feature-length condensed version of the documentary TV series Victory at Sea (1952).

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A feature-length condensed version of the documentary TV series Victory at Sea (1952).

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The Richard Rodgers-composed sound track of the movie and TV series was a favorite of President Richard Nixon who played it frequently at the White House during stressful times. See more »

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Great Documentary & Great Music
18 March 2002 | by (New York City) – See all my reviews

An early and wonderful example of what tv can do when it sets itself to do something good. Stuff like this is now all over the History Channel, but you can't do better than Richard Rodger's music for this. Worth it for the score alone.


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