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Spain released, PAL/Region 0 DVD: LANGUAGES: English ( Dolby Digital 2.0 ), Spanish ( Dolby Digital 5.1 ), Spanish ( Subtitles ), SPECIAL FEATURES: Biographies, Box Set, Filmographies, Interactive Menu, Multi-DVD Set, Scene Access, SYNOPSIS: Holocaust follows each member of the Jewish Family Weiss throughout Hitler's reign in Germany. One by one, the family members suffer the horrible fate of extermination under Anti-Semetic Nazi Law until only one son remains at the end of World War II. A sub-plot follows the story of Eric Dorf, a young German lawyer with a good heart who is changed into a mass murderer by membership in the SS.
The series presented in four parts:
Part 1 - The Gathering Darkness (original airdate: April 16, 1978)
Part 2 - The Road to Babi Yar (original airdate: April 17, 1978)
Part 3 - The Final Solution (original airdate: April 18, 1978)
Part 4 - The Saving Remnant (original airdate: April 19, 1978) SCREENED/AWARDED AT: Emmy Awards, Golden Globes, ...Holocaust - Complete Series - 4-DVD Box Set ( Holocaust: The Story of the Family Weiss )
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on 28 April 2009
Format: DVDVerified Purchase
Dark, unremitting and deeply moving, this is one of the definitive fictional accounts of the Jewish Holocaust. Powerful performances (especially from Michael Moriarty), a sharp script and high production values - all combine to horrifying effect. I first saw this series when I was 8 or 9 and it fundamentally changed me, haunting me and converting me as a gentile to become an ardent Zionist. A TV 'Event' worthy of the title and a beautifully crafted document of mankind's greatest crime against humanity.
on 4 October 2013
The reviews on this page are clearly for a programme about the Nazi Holocaust, NOTHING to do with this film. This is the French DVD release of Alberto De Martino's Omen rip off. The film is great fun with plenty of gory deaths and cheesy acting. Picture quality is very good. It is presented in 2.35:1 widescreen and enhanced for widescreen TVs. Audio options are English (not Italian as stated in the product description) or French dolby digital mono. French subtitles are included if you watch the film in English although they are unobtrusive and it may be possible to switch them off on some players.
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