George Stevens: D-Day To Berlin
(World War II)
Some of the most-important events of World War II are captured in this remarkable color footage shot by Hollywood director George Stevens using his own camera. His son, producer-director George Stevens, Jr., has transformed this archival material into a valuable war documentary, which includes moving images of Allied troops shortly after D-Day, the liberation of Paris, the discovery of the Dachau concentration camp, and the historical meeting with Soviet troops at the Elbe River. Produced and narrated by Emmy Award winner George Stevens, Jr. USA, 1994, Color, 50 minutes.
Video Cassette available in NTSC only