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Korean War In Color (2002)
Rating:
Starring: Korean War in Color
Director:
Category: Documentary
Studio: Goldhil
Subtitles:
[None]
Length:
208 mins

 
 

 

"This in-depth look at the Korean conflict of 1950-53 includes newly released photos and rare color footage that the military had listed as classified for nearly 50 years."-Video Business

Korean War In Color documents war-torn Korea from the way the soldiers saw it - in full, shocking color.This digitally mastered DVD presents a true picture of war - full of terror, chaos, blood and courage.Many of the images included here have never been seen by the general public before, having been kept top secret for decades by military officials for fear of a public backlash.

Here are just a few of the color highlights: M.A.S.H. units in action - no Hawkeye, B.J., Radar or Klinger here - these are the real men and women who saved thousands of lives.Also, the daring Inchon invasions, the battle for Seoul, the Nakton River campaign, winter along the Chosin Reservoir, War in the Skies, and legendary director John Ford's rare footage of the 1st Marine Division in action.

Additional bonus features include Marilyn Monroe in Korea, an exclusive collection of personal films shot by real soldiers, an interactive timeline with a dozen bonus newsreels, and more.

It is remembered for being forgotten.But after this, you will never forget the Korean War again.