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April 19, 1998 | David Freeman, David Freeman is the author of "A Hollywood Education" and, most recently, "One of Us," a novel of Egypt and England
World War II movies are as durable as westerns, which they sometimes resemble. Since the mid-1930s, when Hollywood first noticed the likelihood of war in Europe, something on the order of 1,000 such pictures, dealing with all aspects of the war, have been produced by the allied countries, and a few hundred more were made by the Axis. Russian films from the end of the war till the fall of the Soviet Union were about little else. "The past is another country," L.P.
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April 19, 1998 | David Freeman, David Freeman is the author of "A Hollywood Education" and, most recently, "One of Us," a novel of Egypt and England
World War II movies are as durable as westerns, which they sometimes resemble. Since the mid-1930s, when Hollywood first noticed the likelihood of war in Europe, something on the order of 1,000 such pictures, dealing with all aspects of the war, have been produced by the allied countries, and a few hundred more were made by the Axis. Russian films from the end of the war till the fall of the Soviet Union were about little else. "The past is another country," L.P.
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May 26, 2002 | SUSAN KING, TIMES STAFF WRITER
"Everything is different since 9/11," says James Moll, the writer-director of "Price for Peace," an NBC documentary about the men who served in the Pacific during World War II. Which may be why there seems to be so much Memorial Day-related programming this year. Moll, an Oscar- and Emmy Award-winning filmmaker ("The Last Days"), says that this Memorial Day, Americans will be reminded of the bravery of our armed forces "in a way they haven't for many, many years."
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