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|GETTYSBURG DIRECTOR’S CUT|
Summer 1863. The Confederacy pushes north into Pennsylvania. Union divisions converge to face them. Two great armies will clash at Gettysburg, site of a theology school. For three days, through such legendary actions as Little Round Top and Pickett's Charge, the fate of "one nation, indivisible" hangs in the balance. Tom Berenger, Jeff Daniels, Martin Sheen, Richard Jordan and more play key roles in this magnificent epic based on Michael Shaara's Pulitzer Prize-winning The Killer Angels, filmed at actual battle locations and rigorously authenticated down to the boots.
INCLUDES 17 MINUTES OF ADDITIONAL FOOTAGE NOT SEEN IN THEATRES, PLUS:
Commentary by Director/Screenwriter Ronald F. Maxwell, Cinematographer Kees Van Oostrum, Pulitzer Prize-Winning Author James M.McPherson and Military Historian Craig Symonds
2 Featurettes: Making Gettysburg and Vintage Oscar® Nominee* The Battle of Gettysburg
GODS AND GENERALS EXTENDED DIRECTOR’S CUT
The rise and fall of legendary war hero Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson as he leads the Confederacy to great success against the Union from 1861 to 1863. A sweeping epic charting the early years of the Civil War and how campaigns unfolded from Manassas to the Battle of Fredericksburg, this prequel to the film Gettysburg explores the motivations of the combatants and examines the lives of those who waited at home. Starring Stephen Lang, Robert Duvall and Jeff Daniels.
INCORPORATES AN HOUR OF FOOTAGE NEVER SEEN BEFORE, PLUS:
All-New Introduction by Executive Producer Ted Turner and Director/Screenwriter Ronald F. Maxwell
All-New Commentary by Ronald F. Maxwell and Historical Advisors Col. Keith Gibson and James I.Robertson Jr.
3 Featurettes: Journey to the Past: The African-American Slave Experience in the Film’s Era
The Life of Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson
The Authenticies of the Film
Music Video: Bob Dylan’s Cross the Green Mountain