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Ken Burns: The Civil War 25th Anniversary Edition Blu-ray
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The original Emmy Award-winning nine-part series is now digitally restored to archive the highest definition for optimal picture quality. This six-disc set includes over two hours of new bonus materials including Making the Civil War: 25 Years Later, Complete High Definition Shelby Foote Interviews, Restoring The Civil War, Additional Interviews, and more! Updated version shipping on December 8. (See "more" for details)
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PBSKen Burns: The Civil War 25th Anniversary Edition Blu-ray
 
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5.0

Truly Excellent

By Keygrr

from New York

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Comments about PBS Ken Burns: The Civil War 25th Anniversary Edition Blu-ray:

Received the fixed blu ray version, it looks great and of course the content itself is spectacular.

(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

Civil war history

By ajmckee

from seattle, wa

Comments about PBS Ken Burns: The Civil War 25th Anniversary Edition Blu-ray:

extremely thorough, detailed, in depth and one of the best documentaries I have ever seen.

(5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

 
3.0

disappointed in quality picture

By greysky

from hartford, CT

Comments about PBS Ken Burns: The Civil War 25th Anniversary Edition Blu-ray:

I bought the blueray version as it was advertised as better picture but, it still seems grainy nowhere near HD for the interviews. the Shelby foote interview was really cool

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