From: LI, NY
I started watching a new series out on the Smithsonian Channel, The Pacific War In Color. It's not so much a war documentary, as a view of actual movies in color taken. It hops a bit, but I found it very interesting. For example, Episode One has some home movies taken in 1937 of a couple on their trip via the Pan Am Clipper all the way across the ocean, with stops at Midway, Wake, Guam, Manila, and what those places looked like.
Yup. I generally like anything that doesn't rely heavily on computer graphics. The 'home movies' were great.
like showing twin engine bomber footage while commenting on the Pearl Harbor strike.
Happens in just about every docu that I've seen.
Edit:They should probably hire some of this group as 'technical advisers', it'd probably help eliminate most if not all those errors.
< Message edited by rustysi -- 7/2/2018 6:20:10 PM >
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