True Crimes in History (6 Disc Gift Pack)

Release Date: 09 September 2009
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Disc 1. Crimes in Time 1 x 100:00 min Butch Cassidy, Vincenzo Perugia, Chester Gillette and Machine Gun Kelly. This fascinating programme takes us on a Journey back in time to examine four of the most interesting crime stories in history. For these stories only begin with crime itself, they hold a mirror up to their era and embody some of the most tumultuous moments of our past. Disc 2. Assassinations that Changed the World Vol 1 1 x 90:00 min Assassinations that changed the world, they are the tragic stories at the heart of some of history's defining moments. They are tales of hatred and obsession, fanaticism and a burning desire to achieve fame at the cost of another's life. This extraordinary DVD takes the viewer on a fascinating journey through history to examine the famous assassinations and assassination attempts that have left their mark on the world. Disc 3. Assassinations that Changed the World Vol 2 1 x 90:00 min Assassinations That Changed the World vol 2 aims to delve into the psyche of the assassin in an attempt to explain what drives these individuals into taking this particular course of action. With extensive interviews, archival footage and expert commentary, watch in anticipation as the absorbing stories of the assassinations that changed the world come to life. Disc 4. The Lincoln Assassination 1 x 100:00 min He is perhaps the most beloved man in American history; his name is synonymous with honesty and righteousness. But, during his lifetime, Abraham Lincoln was hated by so many. Enlisting the help of forensic experts and modern historians, this engrossing programme unravels the myths and misconceptions to bring you the definitive examination of Lincoln's death, the tragedy that shocked and enraged America. Disc 5. The JFK Assassination 1 x 45:00 min Four decades later, controversy still swirls around the JFK assassination. This investigative programme explores a host of familiar theories surrounding the crime with the help of leading forensic scientists. Granted extraordinary access to formerly classified documents, photos and other artifacts, they discover that some theories simply cannot be true, while others seem increasingly likely. Disc 6. Who Killed Martin Luther King Jr 1 x 45:00 min On April 4, 1968, a sniper's bullet claimed the life of Martin Luther King Jr, one of history's most important civil rights leaders. Almost immediately, there were charges of cover-ups and government complicity in the tragic crime. Detailed, far-reaching and filled with expert interviews, this fascinating DVD is the ultimate examination of one of the 20th century's defining events. Disc 7. Failed Assassinations 1 x 45:00 min Killing the President can alter the course of history. But the motivation to attempt such an act often has less to do with history than with delusional selfinterest. Through footage of past attacks, interviews with those involved and appropriate recreations of the historical events, "Failed Assassinations" will see the events as they happened and delve into the mind of the delusional gunman. Disc 8. St Valentine's Day Massacre 1 x 100:00 min It is one of the most infamous days in American history. On Valentine's Day in 1929, the streets of Chicago ran red with blood as the gangs of Al Capone and Bugs Moran battled to the death. Against the backdrop of Prohibition, with its Tommy guns, speakeasies and bathtub gin, the St Valentine's Day Massacre is one of the most fascinating stories in the long history of American crime.
Release Date: 09 September 2009

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Catalogue No: GRD2508