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World War I at the Movies

World War I began one hundred years ago this year, on August 1, 1914.

The African Queen [videodisc] by a Romulus-Horizon production

All quiet on the western front [videodisc] by a Universal -International presentation

The big parade [videodisc] by a Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Picture ; a Turner Entertainment Co. and Thames Television presentation ; story by Laurence Stallings ; director, King Vidor

Darling Lili [videodisc] by Paramount Pictures presents

The dawn patrol [videodisc] by Warner Bros. Pictures presents

A farewell to arms [videodisc] by Paramount

Four sons [videodisc] by William Fox presents a John Ford production ; adapted by Philip Klein

Gallipoli [videodisc] by Paramount Pictures presents a Robert Stigwood-Rupert Murdoch for Associated R&R Films PTY, Ltd

Grand illusion [videodisc] by réalisation de Jean Renoir ; scénario et dialogues, Charles Spaak et Jean Renoir

Johnny got his gun [videodisc] by Roxbury Entertainment ; Arch Oboler Productions

King of hearts [videodisc] = Le roi de coeur by United Artists ; Fildebroc

Lawrence of Arabia [videodisc] by Columbia Pictures presents the Sam Spiegel, David Lean production

The lost battalion [videodisc] by A&E Television Networks ; David Gerber Productions ; Fox Television Network ; Luxembourg Film Fund ; the Carousel Picture Company S.A. ; producers, Tom Reeve, Romain Schroeder ; writer, Jim Carabatsos ; director, Russell Mulcahy

Mata Hari [videodisc] by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer presents ... a George Fitzmaurice production

Oh! What a lovely war [videodisc] by Paramount Pictures presents an Accord production

Paths of glory [videodisc] by United Artists ; a Bryna production

Sergeant York [videodisc] by Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc. presents a Howard Hawks production ; a Warner Bros.-First National picture

A very long engagement [videodisc] by 2003 Productions and Warner Bros Pictures presents

War horse [videodisc] by Dreamworks Pictures and Reliance Entertainment present an Amblin Entertainment/Kennedy/ Marshall Company production ; produced by Steven Spielberg ; screenplay by Lee Hall and Richard Curtis ; directed by Steven Spielberg

Wings [videodisc] by a Paramount Picture ; Adolph Zukor and Jesse L. Lasky present a Lucien Hubbard production ; directed by William A. Wellman ; story by John Monk Saunders ; screen play by Hope Loring and Louis D. Lighton

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