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The World At War: The Ultimate Restored Edition (9 Discs)

Released on 20 September 2010

Format: Blu-ray | Rating: Exempt from Classification

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The World at War: The Ultimate Restored Edition is the definitive version of one of the greatest documentary series ever made. Each frame has been painstakingly restored and the audio enhanced and upgraded so that this is the best this award-winning series has ever looked and sounded. Narrated by Laurence Olivier and first broadcast in 1973 when memories of the Second World War were still clear in people's minds and the war's veterans numerous, over 26 episodes this unique series assembled these recollections, together with archive footage, to create one of the most powerful and successful historical documentaries ever seen. The voices of those that fought, worked or watched during the war gave each episode a vivid sense of what it was like to be there and was the hallmark of the series.
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  • Region A,B,C
  • Brand new - Restoring the World at War - narrated by Sir Jeremy Isaacs, this feature explores every element of the restoration process
  • 11 features including the making of the original series
  • Photo galleries
  • Biographies
  • Speeches and songs
  • Newsreels and maps
certificateExempt from Classification
closed-captioningCC
directorHugh Raggett ; John Pett ; David Elstein ; Ted Childs ; Michael Darlow ; Martin Smith
duration23 hours and 28 minutes
languagesEnglish
regionB
subtitlesEnglish for the hearing impaired
year1973