Re: [20th_Massachusetts_Infantry_Regiment] Re: FIELDS OF VALOR: THE CIVIL WAR 20th Massachusetts and the 1st Virginia
- I only saw the 1st Ep. it went up to Ball's Bluff, it wasn't bad, better than the usual fare from the Military/History Channel.I'll watch the rest on On Demand.As for DVD, what doesn't get made into one. When I watch the rest I'll give a more detailed account but nothing in EP horribly outraged me.
From: vermouth_man <vermouth_man@...>
Sent: Saturday, January 21, 2012 12:00 PM
Subject: [20th_Massachusetts_Infantry_Regiment] Re: FIELDS OF VALOR: THE CIVIL WAR 20th Massachusetts and the 1st Virginia
I did not see this series because I don't get the Military Channel but
would like to hear any reviews members here could give me. Would also
like to know if they plan on putting this out on DVD.
--- In 20th_Massachusetts_Infantry_Regiment@yahoogroups.com, Raymond
OHara <raymondohara@...> wrote:
>Military Channel My hopes aren't high.. Â
> It's on again tonight so I'll give it a look.but Â being the
>THE CIVIL WAR 20th Massachusetts and the 1st Virginia
> From: Coly H csh_2088@...
> To: 20th_Massachusetts_Infantry_Regiment@yahoogroups.com
> Sent: Sunday, December 4, 2011 12:29 AM
> Subject: [20th_Massachusetts_Infantry_Regiment] Re: FIELDS OF VALOR:
> I don't get the Military Channel so I have not been able to see the
> program but I did watch the trailer on the link you provided and it
> look interesting. Is there anywhere I can watch it online?Sony,
> --- In 20th_Massachusetts_Infantry_Regiment@yahoogroups.com, "Jim"
> theaprils@ wrote:
> > I got a call about this new series today and looked it up on "my
> Google Machine" and found the following press release:
> > (Culver City, Ca.) 3net, the joint venture 24/7 3D network from
> Discovery and IMAX - will debut FIELDS OF VALOR: THE CIVIL WAR, the3net.
> world's first native 3D war documentary, Saturday, December 3 (9PM
> ET/PT), it was announced today by Tom Cosgrove, President & CEO of
> In addition, 3net, along with Discovery Communications' sisternetworks
> Velocity and Military Channel, will offer a 3D/2D simulcast of the3D
> premiere episode Sunday, December 4 (10PM ET/PT).
> > The epic, four-part 3net original miniseries - the most ambitious 3D
> project ever produced for television - will transport viewers back in
> time, retelling the war's most pivotal moments both on and off the
> battlefields from the unique perspective of both sides of the historic
> conflict. The series utilizes carefully selected stereoscopic stills
> from the period - recently released by the Library of Congress - and
> shown for the first time ever to television audiences in their native
> > In addition, FIELDS OF VALOR: THE CIVIL WAR features a cast of
> thousands for the penultimate battle scenes, unique "tableau form"
> 3D recreations and 3D graphic effects to bring to vivid life the menof
> the 20th Massachusetts and the 1st Virginia as they leave their homesthe
> and loved ones, prepare for ensuing battle and plunge headlong into
> history's most brutal domestic conflict. Intimate accounts of thebrave
> men on the front lines are told through paralleling stories from eachSouth.
> side of the war, giving audiences a unique insight into the beliefs,
> struggles and passions of those involved from both the North and
> > The previews look a little() strange, focus appears to be on Henry
> Abbott and Josiah Murphy, but I'll be checking it out.
> > What do you think?