The Big Picture is a documentary television program which ran on ABC from 1953 to 1959. The program consisted of documentary films produced by the United States Army Signal Corps' Army Pictorial Service, showing biographies of famous soldiers, weaponry, and historical battles.
After The Big Picture s run on ABC ended, it aired in syndication for several more years, running on local television stations well into the early 1970s.
Volume One of this acclaimed series focuses on the KOREAN WAR.
United Nations Consolidate Below the 38th Parallel
U.N. Forces Counterattack
U.N. Forces Cross the 38th Parallel
U.N. Offensive Continues
U.N. Line is Stabilized While Truce Talks Continue
Turning of the Tide
A Day In Korea
Armed Forces Assistance to Korea
Army Combat Team
Fire Power Artillery
First Forty Days in Korea
Korean Ceasefire Talks Begin
Rebirth of Seoul
U.N. Forces Escape the Chinese Trap
U.N. Forces Push Back
Christmas In Korea 1953
Truth Is Our Defense
The Reds Launch Their Expected Spring Offensive
The Republic of Korea Soldier
Third Korean War