The World at War: The Ultimate Restored Edition is the definitive version of one of the greatest documentary series ever made. Each frame has been painstakingly restored and the audio ... See full summary »

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Leigh Tarrant

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Henry Coleman Henry Coleman ... Self
Christos Glaridis Christos Glaridis ... Self
James Greenwall James Greenwall ... Self
Jeremy Isaacs Jeremy Isaacs ... Self
Peter Lynch Peter Lynch ... Self
Simon Marbrook Simon Marbrook ... Self
James Nardi James Nardi ... Self
Anthony Thomas Anthony Thomas ... Self
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The World at War: The Ultimate Restored Edition is the definitive version of one of the greatest documentary series ever made. Each frame has been painstakingly restored and the audio enhanced and upgraded so that this is the best this award-winning series has ever looked and sounded. Narrated by Laurence Olivier and first broadcast in 1973 when memories of the Second World War were still clear in people's minds and the war's veterans numerous, over 26 episodes this unique series assembled these recollections, together with archive footage, to create one of the most powerful and successful historical documentaries ever seen. The voices of those that fought, worked or watched during the war gave each episode a vivid sense of what it was like to be there and was the hallmark of the series. Here then, is the documentary which explores the complete restoration process (as directed by Leigh Tarrant) This new documentary as narrated by Sir Jeremy Isaacs, examines an intriguing story, as it ...

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Documentary | Short | War

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An independent film maker came in to the assigned production house to make a complete new film all about the restoration process. Extensive interviews and filming at various facilities houses, took about 6 months to complete. See more »

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UK

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English

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2010 (USA) See more »

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16:9 HD
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