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The action is well crafted and acting is very well done.
The Weisses, an affluent well educated Jewish family living in Germany befalls the fate of all Jews living in Germany and Poland during WWII.
For the time being if one wants the best picture quality available, I recommend tracking down a copy recorded in SP.
This exceptional Holocaust miniseries certainly deserved all of the Emmy and Golden Globes awards ! A brilliant cast ! Read morePublished 11 days ago by Phyllis Zertuche
This movie was my introduction to Meryl Streep and James Wood. I knew then that they were destined for great things. Read morePublished 24 days ago by Berta
The Mini-series that got the HOLOCAUST into the mainstream. Very good,Published 26 days ago by CARL D. BAKER
Great movie I read the book many years ago and watched it on TV years ago. I was so happy to find it on tape. Read morePublished 28 days ago by Nancy M Lucky
I was in the USAF in Germany when this show first aired. The Armed Forces TV would not air it for fear of offending the host country but West Germany aired it in German for their... Read morePublished 1 month ago by BILLY4
I had seen this when it was first presented as a mini series on TV. Wanted to view it again after all these years. A great movie and the actual events woven in it are supurb! Read morePublished 1 month ago by Rheta M.
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Dear Mr Fox,
I can't be absolutely positive about this point, but find herewith what I have found.
In DVD REVIEW, May 14, 2008, Guido Henkel wrote : Audio English DD Mono, Subtitles : None, Extras : none.
He adds : "Dialogues are always understandable but sound as if recorded though a tin... Read More
May 27, 2008 by PAUL | See all 13 posts
I did a calculation and if we assume the original 1978 TV mini-series showed 13 minutes of TV adverts per hour, then the missing 2 hours (the difference between the VHS/DVD running time and the TV broadcast time) is easily explained.
VHS/DVD running time: 7.5 hours (449 minutes on my copy). TV... Read More
Sep 24, 2008 by angel1801 | See all 4 posts