The B-25 "Mitchell" twin engine bomber was famous for flying off a carrier to bomb Japan in 1942, and in 2017 a 75th anniversary even was held that included a "B-25 Gathering" at Urbana, Ohio with no less than 12 different aircraft. In addition to these, we have included two additional Warbirds(B-25's) to make a total of 14 B-25's in this show. Available in SD and Blu-Ray 90 Minutes plus Previews. More Details Here
The 4-engine B-17 was known as the "Flying Fortress" and gained fame
throughout the different theaters of operation during World War II.
In this show we will see 3 different preserved B-17's in operation
during the past few years, and see a partial film of the 1943 "Memphis
Belle" film made by the Army Air Force for its 25th Mission. We will
also take you for a ride in a B-17 that was later destroyed by fire.
Enjoy footage of one of the last operational B-24J bombers flying
today. We venture to Valparaiso, Indiana for action with
"Witchcraft", the most authentic of the two remaining B-24 type
aircraft still in operation. Watch taxi scenes, take-offs, landings,
and some nice fly-overs. 70 Minutes plus Bonus segment. $25.00 SD,
$30.00 for Blu-Ray. More Details Here
This World War Two aircraft was built as a scout/dive bomber, thus the
designation SBD Dauntless. They were constructed to be used off
Aircraft Carriers, but wee also used as land based
aircraft for missions, mostly in the Pacific Theater of operation. In
this show we will see rare images of SBD 5 that is operated by the
Dixie Wing of the Commerative Air Force. This and other
aircraft operate at various locations during the summer and patrons
can pay for rides aboard the plane for a unique flight experience.
Also there is a vintage film of these during WW2. More Details Here
If you are into aircraft, then you like P-51 Mustangs. These were the
best fighter planes the allied air forces used during World War 2. We
will see three different ones in action during 2013 and 2014. Enjoy
the sights and sounds of these lovely aircraft in flight, as well as
start-ups, take-offs, and fly overs. More Details Here
If you like old World War Two aircraft, then this is the ultimate
heavy bomber. This B-29 is the only operational of its kind when we
produced this show. Fifi is the name of the aircraft, and it is seen
flying, close-up, and inside as we take you for a ride in addition to
seeing it from the ground. Widescreen 93 minutes $24.95 More Details Here
Five different B-25 Mitchell aircraft stage at Urbana, Ohio On
November 8, 2013. The event was the remaining Doolittle Raiders from
the famous "Doolittle Raid" of April 18, 1942 were going to make the
"Final Toast" at a ceremony at the Air Force Museum in Dayton, Ohio.
The B-25's would do a special fly-over in their honor. Our cameras
captured various aspects with loads of B-25 action. More Details Here
We have assembled this collection of various newsreels and
military films into this one DVD. All films have their original sound
which includes narration, music, and sound effects, and all are black
and white from World War Two. There are several interesting short
films that includes airplanes, ground campaigns, new gear for the war
effort, and much more. More Details Here
This is contemporary look at restored World War Two Aircraft that
we have captured on video at various events since 2008. You will
enjoy 2 different B-25 Medium Bombers, 2 T-6 Trainers, and two B-17
Heavy Bombers. Notable aircraft are the two B-17's "Liberty Belle"
which burned after in 2011, and a visit by B-17 "Memphis Belle" in
2012. In addition we see the last operational B-29 Superfortress
"Fifi" in operation. Live audio and some history with a bit of music
for those windy and distant scenes. More Details Here
This is a collection of 4 Sound Black and White Military Films,
including Army-Air Force Report, Schweinfurt Mission,
Prelude to Invasion, and Building a Bomber. Loads of variety of
aircraft during WW2 include P40(Flying Tigers), P38,
P47, P51, B17, B24, B25 and more. Real footage of rare historic
miliary aircraft in World War 2. More Details Here
Military Trains consists of 2 World War two era films and some miscellaneous other footage.
"Troop Train" is the first film, a black and white sound film showing the creation of a special
train. "Hospital Train" is a color film depicting the care wounded soldiers got and transfer
from Hospital Ships to hospital trains to get them home. More Details Here
Here is a collection of three films that relate to the June 1944 invasion of Europe by the Allies.
One film is called "D-Day Convoy", followed by "Phantom Harbor", and "Army-Air Force Actions
of May and June 1944". More Details Here
Approximately 45 Minutes $24.95
It is not our intent to recreate battle scenes or stories through modern day documentaries. This has
been done considerably. Instead we are making available a collection of War-era newsreels and other
military films that were created during the war, and you will see what folks saw during the war at home
in theaters, or in the work place. Some were issued as propaganda, and thus suitable for the times, but
may not be politically correct for today's society. However, these are not fiction. What you see is
what happened during each conflict, and some are more graphic than others. It may not be suitable for
small children, although these are not rated one way or the other. It is all history during a time when
the world was a different place. These are from 16mm films that have been professionally transferred.
In the future we will be offering a few more DVD's of various films we have obtained.
This collection includes 8 different Black and White newsreels that were made silent, with intertitles. Since it was
silent we have decided to add an audio track of background music. This theme is the Pacific Theater of
operations and begins with the aftermath of Pearl Harbor, and ends with the surrender of Japan. In between
you will see a wide variety of events such as the attack on the Philippines with a profile of General
MacArthur, the U.S. striking back with a daring raid on Japan as B-25 bombers led by General Doolittle
fly off the Aircraft Carrier Hornet, Battles of the Coral Sea and Midway, and much more. Each film runs
approximately 10 minutes. The eight films are as follows.
Bombing of Pearl Harbor
Philippines attacked and General MacArthur
U.S. Navy Blasts Marshall Islands
Yanks Bomb Tokyo
Midway and Coral Seas Battles
Yanks Battle For Okinawa
Menu with Chapters for selecting each film listed above.
Music and title pages and no narration. Black and White.
This collection is a variety of films that relate primarily to the Naval Battles in the Pacific.
Most were films made by the Navy, or in conjunction with the other branches of the U.S. Military.
These films are Black and White, but all have sound and narration. There are some general films here
regarding a variety of battles in which the Navy was involved with. This includes some of the largest
naval battles in history such as the Battle of Leyte Gulf, and the Kamikaze(Japan's suicide planes)
attacks on the U.S. Navy off Okinawa. There is a good amount of Aircraft Carrier action in this one
also. The films shown are as follows:
Yanks Smash Truk
Brought To Action
Find The Jap
The Fleet That Came to Stay
Salute to the Navy
Chapter menu allows for selection of individual programs within the DVD
Approximately 70 Minutes. Black and White with sound and narration. $24.95