The Great Escapes of WWII
No walls could hold them. No punishment could scare them. No enemy could stop them.
In this unforgettable collection, former POWs, resistance fighters, soldiers and guards tell the incredible stories of their thrilling adventures. Through dramatic re-creations, rare photographs and films, you'll race for the last train out of Paris, risk certain death in Europe's underground railroad, and crawl through the tunnels of the real-life breakout now known as The Great Escape.
THE GREAT ESCAPE: This fascinating program tells the complete account of the legendary escape, from the designs of "tunnel king" Wally Floody to the actual flight of 76 men in 1944.
ESCAPE FROM ARIZONA: The story of the largest escape from a U.S. WWII P.O.W. camp - a 25-man breakout lead by a resourceful German U-boat commander.
ESCAPE FROM DUNKIRK: Trapped on the coast by the German Army, an overwhelmed British force manages to escape destruction by crossing the English Channel.
ESCAPE FROM THE OKLAHOMA: Pearl Harbor survivors recall their 36 hour ordeal trapped in the sunken battleship Oklahoma, where 404 men drowned or suffocated.
- Actors: Edward Asner, Raymond Aubrac, Jean Triomphe, Lucie Aubrac, Paul Riviere
- Directors: A&E Home Video
- Format: Box set, Color, NTSC
- Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo)
- Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
- Number of discs: 2
- Studio: A&E HOME VIDEO
- Run Time: 200 minutes