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D-Day: The Ultimate Conflict ()


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From the ordinary to the incredible, the requirements of the Allied forces, when making their long awaited invasion to drive the Nazis back from their Atlantic Wall, were the stuff of future... See more »

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Berge Adavanian ...
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Sidney Alford ...
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Geoff Barkway ...
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Don Burgett ...
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Mrs. Andrew J. Higgins
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Franz Gockel ...
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Ian Hammerton ...
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Sam Handelaar ...
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Harley Reynolds ...
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Logan Scott-Bowden ...
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Mark Lewis

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Ian Duncan ... executive producer
Ana-Paula Lloyd ... producer

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Avshalom Caspi

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Jeff Baynes ... (lighting cameraman)
Richard Comrie ... (lighting cameraman)
Bob Perrin ... (lighting cameraman)

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Simon Greenwood

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Paul Bates ... on-line editor
Aidan Farrell ... colorist

Art Direction by

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Giovanni Guarino

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Justin Selway ... makeup artist

Production Management

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Claire Smith ... production manager

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Kenny Delbert ... sound recordist
Mick Duffield ... sound recordist
David Terry ... sound recordist
Ken Williams ... dubbing mixer

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Tony Lewis ... special effects

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Steve Griffin ... stunt coordinator

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Niv Adiri ... music editor / music mixer

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Stephen Badsey ... historical consultant (as Dr. Stephen Badsey)
Steffan Boje ... production team
Sue Harvard ... production administrator
Josh Keys ... production team
Alex Leithead ... production team
Kristina Obradovic ... production administrator
Val Prodromou ... production administrator
Mark Radice ... developer

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Tom Wheeldon ... in memory of

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Plot Summary

From the ordinary to the incredible, the requirements of the Allied forces, when making their long awaited invasion to drive the Nazis back from their Atlantic Wall, were the stuff of future legends. What was needed to not only land the invading forces, but also to try and help them fight their way off the beaches into the French countryside, taxed the inventiveness of man. From tanks laying their own tracks to gliders and pre-invasion reconnaissance to check the firmness of the beaches, it was all thought of and used to the maximum in making D-Day a success. Written by Chris (Asgardian) from Adelaide, South Australia

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Taglines On June 6th, 1944, the Greatest Machine of World War Two Sprung into Action. See more »
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Also Known As
  • D-Day: Men and Machines (World-wide, English title)
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  • 94 min
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