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”THE WINDS OF WAR” (1983) Review

Some forty-five years ago, autore Herman Wouk wrote ”The Winds of War”, a bestselling novel about the experiences of a middle-aged U.S. Navy officer and his family during the early years of World War II. A decade later, ABC Televisione and producer David Wolper brought his story to the Televisione screen with a seven-part, fourteen-and-a-half ora miniseries that became a ratings hit and a major Emmy and Golden Globe nominee.

Produced da Dan Curtis and Barbara Steele, and directed da Curtis; ”THE WINDS OF WAR” was a sprawling saga that told the story...
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Below is my review of the 1979 Televisione miniseries called ”THE SACKETTS”:


”THE SACKETTS” (1979) Review

Thirty years ago, CBS aired a two-part miniseries (or Televisione movie) based upon two novels written da the late Louis L’Amour. Directed da Robert Totten, ”THE SACKETTS” starred Sam Elliot, Tom Selleck and Jeff Osterhage as the three Sackett brothers.

”THE SACKETTS” told the story of Tell (Elliot), Orrin (Selleck) and Tyrel (Osterhage) Sackett and their efforts to make new lives for themselves in the post-Civil War West. Screenwriter Jim Byrnes took two novels about the...
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