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The Roosevelts: An Intimate History Blu-ray Review

Ken Burns' latest film is not just a singular portrait of The Roosevelts, but a look at America and its values

The Central Park Five Blu-ray Review

The latest Ken Burns documentary tells the infamous Central Park jogger case in the words of the five young teenagers, now grown men, wrongfully accused and convicted of the heinous crime. It's story of a city divided and a justice system pushed to its limits.

The Dust Bowl Blu-ray Review

Ken Burns paints a folksy and intimate portrait of one of the worst environmental and human disasters in American history with his latest documentary film, The Dust Bowl.

The War Blu-ray Review

Ken Burns' flawed, but interesting documentary mini-series on World War II hits Blu-ray in a solid six-disc set from PBS and Paramount.

Ken Burns: Prohibition Blu-ray Review

Ken Burns turns his sights on the United States' controversial era of Prohibition in this interesting three-part PBS documentary series.

Ken Burns’ Prohibition on Blu-ray in October

The latest PBS documentary from filmmakers Ken Burns (The Civil War; Baseball; The National Parks) and Lyn Novick, Prohibition, will be released on Blu-ray and DVD by Paramount Home Entertainment on October 4th, just after the three-part series debut on PBS stations, from October 2nd through 4th.

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