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Band of Brothers (TV miniseries)

Knowledge Identifier: $Band_of_Brothers_(TV_miniseries)

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Band of Brothers (TV miniseries)

Ten-part, 11-hour television World War II miniseries, originally produced and broadcast in 2001, based on historian Stephen E. Ambroses 1992 book of the same title add

Category: Movies & TV

Launched in 1967.

Countries: United States (35%), United Kingdom (31%), Germany (15%)

Main connections: World War II, Internet Movie Database, Steven Spielberg

Linked to: BBC, American Film Institute, Battalion, CNN

 

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1967

Blithe lived to 1967, dying while on active duty in the Army add something


1994

Written after the war from the diary he kept, his memoir "Parachute Infantry: An American Paratrooper's Memoir of D-Day and the Fall of the Third Reich" was published by LSU Press in 1994, following renewed interest in World War II. It almost 40 years after Webster's death in a boating accident add something


1995

Doris Ryer Nixon - His service with Easy Company would bring him fame after his 1995 death, when the Company became the subject of the acclaimed 2001 television mini-series "Band of Brothers" based on the Stephen Ambrose book


1997

David Leland - In 1997, Leland co-wrote and directed "The Land Girls" starring Rachel Weisz and Anna Friel and, in 2000, wrote and directed Episode 6 of the enormously successful HBO Miniseries "Band of Brothers"


1998

The executive producers were Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks, who had collaborated on the 1998 World War II film "Saving Private Ryan" add something

 

Tom Hardy - Hardy joined Drama Centre London in September 1998, and was taken out early after winning the part of US Army Private John Janovec in the *award-winning HBO-BBC miniseries "Band of Brothers"


2001

The episodes first aired in 2001 on HBO add something

 

"'Band of Brothers"' is a ten-part, 11-hour television World War II miniseries, originally produced and broadcast in 2001, based on historian Stephen E. Ambrose's 1992 book of the same title add something

 

Dan van Husen - Hart's War - In 2001 he worked on Band of Brothers a Steven Spielberg Production, Perfect Strangers directed by Stephen Poliakoff and in Enemy at the Gates directed by Jean-Jacques Annaud as well as Hart's War directed by Gregory Hoblit in 2002

 

Wolf Kahler - In 2001 he portrayed a very honorable Wehrmacht General in the WWII TV miniseries, "Band of Brothers", who gives a very humane speech to his men after their defeat and surrender

 

David Schwimmer - In 2001, Schwimmer played Captain Herbert M. Sobel in Steven Spielberg and Tom Hanks' HBO World War II miniseries "Band of Brothers"

 

Joseph May - Since, he has appeared in the critically acclaimed World War II mini series "Band of Brothers" as 2nd Lt. Edward Shames, 2001's "Investigating Sex" as Roger and "Resident Evil" as Dr. Blue

 

On June 7, 2001, 47 Easy Company veterans were flown to Paris and travelled by chartered train to the site, where the series premiered add something

 

The premiere of "Band of Brothers" on September 9, 2001, drew 10 million viewers add something


2002

All ten parts of the miniseries were released in a DVD box set on November 5, 2002 add something


2006

Ben Peyton - His other television credits include "Band of Brothers", "Emmerdale" , "Holby City" and "Doctor Who" in 2010


2007

The series was released as an exclusive HD DVD TV series in Japan in 2007 add something


2010

This record was superseded by the series' 2010 sister show, "The Pacific" add something

 

Robert Leckie (author) - Leckie's war memoirs, "Helmet for My Pillow", along with Eugene B. Sledge's book "With the Old Breed", formed the basis for the 2010 HBO series "The Pacific", the successor to "Band of Brothers"

 

Jack Agnew - In February 2010, Along with his daughter, Barbara Maloney, Agnew travelled to the Military History Show of Shows convention in Louisville, Kentucky , Kentucky, where he was reunited with his unit leader, Jake McNiece, two other of the four surviving members of the "Filthy Thirteen", and three members of Easy Company, which is highlighted in the HBO television series, "Band of Brothers"


2015

As of 2015, "Band of Brothers" is currently the highest-ranking television series on the Internet Movie Database, with an average rating of 9,6/10 add something


2016

As of May 2016, "Band of Brothers" is currently the highest-ranking television series on the Internet Movie Database, with an average rating of 9,5/10 add something

 

As of December 2016, "Band of Brothers" is the second highest-ranking television series on the Internet Movie Database, with an average rating of 9,5/10 add something


2017

As of September 2017, "Band of Brothers" is the second highest-ranking television series on the Internet Movie Database, with an average rating of 9,5/10 add something