History Creator / KenBurns

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* ''TheWar'' (2007): A history of UsefulNotes/WorldWarII that was criticized for its intentionally limited scope (focusing on the American role in the war, and more specifically on four small-to-midsize American towns/cities).
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* ''TheWar'' ''The War'' (2007): A history of UsefulNotes/WorldWarII that was criticized for its intentionally limited scope (focusing on the American role in the war, and more specifically on four small-to-midsize American towns/cities).
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* ''Not for Ourselves Alone: Elizabeth Cady Stanton Suzan B. Anthony'' (1999)
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* ''Not for Ourselves Alone: Elizabeth Cady Stanton Suzan and Susan B. Anthony'' (1999)
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* ''The Roosevelts: An Intimate History'' (2014): Chronicling the history of UsefulNotes/TheodoreRoosevelt, UsefulNotes/FranklinRoosevelt, and UsefulNotes/EleanorRoosevelt from Theodore's birth to Eleanor's death, their personal lives and the influence they had on America and the world.
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* ''The Roosevelts: An Intimate History'' (2014): Chronicling the history of UsefulNotes/TheodoreRoosevelt, UsefulNotes/FranklinRoosevelt, UsefulNotes/FranklinDRoosevelt, and UsefulNotes/EleanorRoosevelt from Theodore's birth to Eleanor's death, their personal lives and the influence they had on America and the world.
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* ''The Roosevelts: An Intimate History'' (2014): Chronicling the history of UsefulNotes/TheodoreRoosevelt, UsefulNotes/FranklinDelanoRoosevelt, and UsefulNotes/EleanorRoosevelt from Theodore's birth to Eleanor's death, their personal lives and the influence they had on America and the world.
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* ''The Roosevelts: An Intimate History'' (2014): Chronicling the history of UsefulNotes/TheodoreRoosevelt, UsefulNotes/FranklinDelanoRoosevelt, UsefulNotes/FranklinRoosevelt, and UsefulNotes/EleanorRoosevelt from Theodore's birth to Eleanor's death, their personal lives and the influence they had on America and the world.
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'''Ken Burns''' is an influential {{documentary}} filmmaker known for his explorations of American history. Since the 1980s, he has made over a dozen documentary miniseries for Creator/{{PBS}}, including ''The Civil War'' (1990), ''Baseball'' (1994), ''Frank Lloyd Wright'' (1998), ''Jazz'' (2001), ''The War'' (2007), ''The National Parks'' (2009), ''Prohibition'' (2011), ''The Dust Bowl'' (2012), and ''The Roosevelts'' (2014).
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'''Ken Burns''' (born July 29, 1953) is an influential {{documentary}} filmmaker known for his explorations of American history. Since the 1980s, he has made over a dozen documentary miniseries for Creator/{{PBS}}, including ''The Civil War'' (1990), ''Baseball'' (1994), ''Frank Lloyd Wright'' (1998), ''Jazz'' (2001), ''The War'' (2007), ''The National Parks'' (2009), ''Prohibition'' (2011), ''The Dust Bowl'' (2012), and ''The Roosevelts'' (2014).
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Ken Burns is an influential {{documentary}} maker known for his films on American history. Since the 1980s, he has made over a dozen documentary miniseries for Creator/{{PBS}}, including ''The Civil War'' (1990), ''Baseball'' (1994), ''Frank Lloyd Wright'' (1998), ''Jazz'' (2001), ''The War'' (2007), ''The National Parks'' (2009), ''Prohibition'' (2011), ''The Dust Bowl'' (2012), and ''The Roosevelts'' (2014).
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Ken Burns '''Ken Burns''' is an influential {{documentary}} maker filmmaker known for his films on explorations of American history. Since the 1980s, he has made over a dozen documentary miniseries for Creator/{{PBS}}, including ''The Civil War'' (1990), ''Baseball'' (1994), ''Frank Lloyd Wright'' (1998), ''Jazz'' (2001), ''The War'' (2007), ''The National Parks'' (2009), ''Prohibition'' (2011), ''The Dust Bowl'' (2012), and ''The Roosevelts'' (2014).
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Ken Burns is an influential {{documentary}} maker known for his films on American history. Since the 1980s, he has made over a dozen documentary miniseries for Creator/{{PBS}}, including ''The Civil War'' (1990), ''Baseball'' (1994), ''Frank Lloyd Wright'' (1998) ''Jazz'' (2001), ''The War'' (2007), ''The National Parks'' (2009), ''Prohibition'' (2011), and ''The Dust Bowl'' (2012).
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Ken Burns is an influential {{documentary}} maker known for his films on American history. Since the 1980s, he has made over a dozen documentary miniseries for Creator/{{PBS}}, including ''The Civil War'' (1990), ''Baseball'' (1994), ''Frank Lloyd Wright'' (1998) (1998), ''Jazz'' (2001), ''The War'' (2007), ''The National Parks'' (2009), ''Prohibition'' (2011), and ''The Dust Bowl'' (2012). (2012), and ''The Roosevelts'' (2014).

* ''The Shakers'' (1984)
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* ''The Shakers'' Shakers: Hands to Work, Hearts to God'' (1984)

* ''Empire of the Air'' (1991): The story of the development of radio, and the contentious relationship between the people who created it.
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* ''Empire of the Air'' Air: The Men Who Made Radio'' (1991): The story of the development of radio, and the contentious relationship between the people who created it.

* ''Lewis & Clark'' (1997): The story of the first journey by Americans across the North American continent.
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* ''Lewis & Clark'' Clark: The Journey of the Corps of Discovery'' (1997): The story of the first journey by Americans across the North American continent.

* ''Not for Ourselves Alone'' (1999)
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* ''Not for Ourselves Alone'' Alone: Elizabeth Cady Stanton Suzan B. Anthony'' (1999)

* ''Horatio's Drive'' (2003): The story of the first journey across the United States by automobile. * ''Unforgivable Blackness'' (2005)
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* ''Horatio's Drive'' Drive: America's First Road Trip'' (2003): The story of the first journey across the United States by automobile. * ''Unforgivable Blackness'' Blackness: The Rise and Fall of Jack Johnson'' (2005)

* ''The National Parks'' (2009) * ''10th Inning'' (2010): A follow-up to ''Baseball,'' covering the years since that documentary's release.
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* ''The National Parks'' Parks: America's Best Idea'' (2009) * ''10th ''The Tenth Inning'' (2010): A follow-up to ''Baseball,'' covering the years since that documentary's release.

* ''The Roosevelts'' (2014): Chronicling the history of UsefulNotes/TheodoreRoosevelt, UsefulNotes/FranklinDelanoRoosevelt, and UsefulNotes/EleanorRoosevelt from Theodore's birth to Eleanor's death, their personal lives and the influence they had on America and the world.
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* ''The Roosevelts'' Roosevelts: An Intimate History'' (2014): Chronicling the history of UsefulNotes/TheodoreRoosevelt, UsefulNotes/FranklinDelanoRoosevelt, and UsefulNotes/EleanorRoosevelt from Theodore's birth to Eleanor's death, their personal lives and the influence they had on America and the world.
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Burn's documentaries are known for their unique style. He uses the technique known as TheKenBurnsEffect, made famous in ''The Civil War''. Burns also uses distinct musical scores, such as the upbeat string arrangements of ''The War'' or the song "Ashokan Farewell", which was played over twenty times for ''The Civil War''. His films are able to attract some ''very'' esteemed actors to do voice over work, usually reading contemporary diaries and letters (The Civil War featured MorganFreeman, Creator/LaurenceFishburne and JeremyIrons among others). Another trademark is that a character will usually say their name and the year they wrote their thoughts. Burns has become well-known in the documentary world as a result, and many other filmmakers have emulated his style.
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Burn's documentaries are known for their unique style. He uses the technique known as TheKenBurnsEffect, made famous in ''The Civil War''. Burns also uses distinct musical scores, such as the upbeat string arrangements of ''The War'' or the song "Ashokan Farewell", which was played over twenty times for ''The Civil War''. His films are able to attract some ''very'' esteemed actors to do voice over work, usually reading contemporary diaries and letters (The (''The Civil War War'' featured MorganFreeman, Creator/LaurenceFishburne Creator/MorganFreeman, Creator/LaurenceFishburne, and JeremyIrons Creator/JeremyIrons among others). Another trademark is that a character will usually say their name and the year they wrote their thoughts. Burns has become well-known in the documentary world as a result, and many other filmmakers have emulated his style.
24th Feb '15 10:23:34 PM karstovich2
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* ''TheWar'' (2007): A history of UsefulNotes/WorldWarII that was criticized for its intentionally limited scope.
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* ''TheWar'' (2007): A history of UsefulNotes/WorldWarII that was criticized for its intentionally limited scope.scope (focusing on the American role in the war, and more specifically on four small-to-midsize American towns/cities).

* ''Prohibition'' (2011): A history of the Prohibition of alcohol in the United States, including the origins of the movement and its lingering effects.
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* ''Prohibition'' (2011): A history of the Prohibition of alcohol in the United States, including the origins of the movement and its lingering effects. Based heavily on ''Last Call'' by Daniel Okrent.
1st Jan '15 11:28:30 AM nombretomado
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Burn's documentaries are known for their unique style. He uses the technique known as TheKenBurnsEffect, made famous in ''The Civil War''. Burns also uses distinct musical scores, such as the upbeat string arrangements of ''The War'' or the song "Ashokan Farewell", which was played over twenty times for ''The Civil War''. His films are able to attract some ''very'' esteemed actors to do voice over work, usually reading contemporary diaries and letters (The Civil War featured MorganFreeman, LaurenceFishburne and JeremyIrons among others). Another trademark is that a character will usually say their name and the year they wrote their thoughts. Burns has become well-known in the documentary world as a result, and many other filmmakers have emulated his style.
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Burn's documentaries are known for their unique style. He uses the technique known as TheKenBurnsEffect, made famous in ''The Civil War''. Burns also uses distinct musical scores, such as the upbeat string arrangements of ''The War'' or the song "Ashokan Farewell", which was played over twenty times for ''The Civil War''. His films are able to attract some ''very'' esteemed actors to do voice over work, usually reading contemporary diaries and letters (The Civil War featured MorganFreeman, LaurenceFishburne Creator/LaurenceFishburne and JeremyIrons among others). Another trademark is that a character will usually say their name and the year they wrote their thoughts. Burns has become well-known in the documentary world as a result, and many other filmmakers have emulated his style.
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