Published: Hollywood, Calif. : CBS DVD : Paramount Home Entertainment,  Description: 10 videodiscs (660 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in ISBN/ISSN: 6311809273, 141573464X, 9781415734643, Language: English
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Created by George Lucas
Originally broadcast on television from 1993-1995
Contains select episodes from the television series
Some episodes may be edited from their original network versions
Special features: Disc 1: Unhealed wounds: the life of Ernest Hemingway; The French Foreign Legion: the world's most legendary fighting force; The secret life of Edith Wharton; Lowell Thomas: American storyteller ; Disc 2: For the people, despite the people: the Atatürk Revolution; The greedy heart of Halide Edib; The Ottoman Empire: a world of difference; Dracula: fact and fiction ; Disc 3: Bronislaw Malinowski: God professor; Anthropology: looking at the human condition; New Guinea: paradise in peril ; Disc 5: The best intentions: the Paris Peace Conference and the Treaty of Versailles; Woodrow Wilson: American idealist; Gertrude Bell: Iraq's uncrowned queen; Ho Chi Minh: the price of freedom; Paul Robeson: scandalize my name; Robert Goddard: Mr. Rocket Science ; Disc 7: Jazz: rhythms of freedom; Al "Scarface" Capone: the original gangster; Prohibition: America on the rocks; On the trail of Eliot Ness; Louis Armstrong: ambassador of jazz; Ben Hecht: the Shakespeare of Hollywood; Hellfighters: Harlem's heroes of World War One ; Disc 8: Tin Pan Alley: soundtrack of America; Wonderful nonsense: the Algonquin Round Table; Broadway: America center stage ; Disc 9: Erich von Stroheim: the profligate genius; The rise of the Moguls: the men who built Hollywood; Irving Thalberg: Hollywood's boy wonder; The world of John Ford ; Disc 10: Interactive timeline; Historical lecture: new gods for old; Hunting for treasure interactive game
Sean Patrick Flanery
Follow the thrilling escapades as World War I ends and young Indy gets entangled in adventures with famous--and infamous--figures like Ernest Hemingway, Woodrow Wilson, Louis Armstrong and Al Capone during some of the most vibrant years of the 20th century
DVD, region 1, full screen (1.33:1) presentation; Dolby Digital stereo., NTSC
DVD-ROM minimum system requirements: Microsoft Windows 2000 (SP1) with a Pentium 4 or compatible CPU, 1 GB RAM, 150 MB available hard drive space, a video card with 64 MB RAM, 16 bit sound card and a DVD-ROM drive. Macintosh requirements: OS X Version 10.3.9+, G4, 1 GB RAM and 150 MB available hard drive space, Flash player V.9
English dialogue, English subtitles
Disc 1 (Chapter 16: Northern Italy-Morocco 1917): Tales of innocence / writer, Jonathan Hales ; directors, Bille August, Michael Schultz -- Disc 2 (Chapter 17: Istanbul-Transylvania 1918): Masks of evil / writers, Rosemary Anne Sisson, Jonathan Hensleigh ; directors, Mike Newell, Dick Maas -- Disc 3 (Chapter 18: Egypt-Iava-South Pacific 1919): Treasure of the peacock's eye / writer, Jule Selbo ; director, Carl Schultz -- Disc 4 (Chapter 19: Paris-Princeton 1919): The winds of change / writers, Jonathan Hales, Matthew Jacobs ; directors, David Hare, Michael Schultz -- Disc 5: The winds of change special features -- Disc 6 (Chapter 20: Chicago 1920): Mystery of the blues / writer, Jule Selbo ; director, Carl Schultz -- Disc 7: Mystery of the blues special features -- Disc 8 (Chapter 21: New York City 1920): Scandal of 1920 / writer, Jonathan Hales ; director, Syd Macartney -- Disc 9 (Chapter 22: Hollywood 1920): Hollywood follies / writers, Jonathan Hales, Matthew Jacobs ; director, Michael Schultz -- Disc 10: Interactive bonus disc
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