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|Also Known As:||Died:||June 5, 2010|
|Born:||September 8, 1936||Cause of Death:|
|Birth Place:||Newark, New Jersey, USA||Profession:||Producer ...|
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Terrorists threaten to unleash a deadly plague at the Superbowl.
Producer (feature film)
An epic portrayal charting the early years of the Civil War in early 1861; the tale continues through 1863, climaxing with the famous Battle of Chancellorsville. Along the way it illuminates heroes from both sides of the war, such as Colonel Joshua Chamberlain, a professor at Maine's Bowdoin College who gave up a promising academic career to enlist in the Union army, then went on to become one of the North's finest military leaders; Confederate Generals Robert E. Lee, a distinguished 25-year veteran of the United States Army and native Virginian, forced to choose between allegiance to his country and loyalty to his home state; and Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson, a devoutly religious man whose faith and courage and audacity made him an outstanding soldier and Lee's most trusted lieutenant. The tremendous suffering and bravery of the Civil War was not confined to the battlefields. Also explored are the stories of the wives and families who were forced to assume responsibility at home, often in cities under direct attack from the opposition. Joshua Chamberlain's wife Fanny, Thomas Jackson's wife Anna and Jane Beale, whose family was caught in the Battle of Fredericksburg, reflect the spirit, courage and anxiety of those who were left behind.
Christopher Plummer hosts this documentary tracing producer David O. Selznick''s battle to make the most popular movie of all time.
A documentary that examines the lands and people who live near five of the world's great rivers, highlighting their most immediate ecological concerns. The five rivers are the Ganges, Mississippi, Nile, Amazon and Zambezi.
A documentary examining Greenpeace International's expedition to the Antarctic, where it constructed and maintained the first international, nongovernmental base on the continent in an effort to monitor the effects of human presence on the vulnerable ecosystem.
A special featuring highlights from Soviet television, including a sequence from a television movie "Somebody Else's Wife, or a Husband Under the Bed," a bedroom farce adapted from Dostoyevsky; "Man of Archangel," a documentary look at a man who has been criticized by co-workers for loving his job t
A documentary about the condor, the largest land bird in North America. At the time of filming, only six of the birds remained in the wild of the Santa Ynez Mountains in California.
A documentary about the black-footed ferret, once thought to be extinct, but rediscovered in 1981 in the Wyoming wilderness when a rancher's dog came across a whole colony that had defied the odds and survived.
A documentary about the flora and fauna on the Galapagos Islands, where Charles Darwin first observed animals that led him to develop the theory of the evolution of species.
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