WWII in Color VS. WWII: The Lost Color Archives

Discussion in 'Archived Threads 2001-2004' started by Michael_Dal, Dec 12, 2001.

  1. Michael_Dal

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    Has anyone seen both of these? I have WWII:TLCA, is there any reason to buy WWII-IC or is the footage the same in both?
     
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    I have WWII In Color, but not the other one, so I don't know if the footage is the same. However, I do like it a lot- some of the footage is pretty dull, but some of it is really spectacular!

    Also, it includes a propaganda/ recruiting film featuring, I believe, Gary Cooper, which IIRC is about an hour in length (maybe even 2 hours). That's another reason to pick it up.
     
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    It's Clark Gable (just watched it the other night.)

    I'd recommend getting "WWII in Color". Haven't seen the other title however.

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