Ken Burns: The Brooklyn Bridge DVD - AV Item

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This award-winning film by Ken Burns recaptures the drama, struggles, and  personal tragedies behind the greatest of all achievements of America's industrial age, THE BROOKLYN BRIDGE. Largest bridge of the era, its construction entailed enormous problems and ingenious solutions. Witness the human heroics behind the bridge that seized America's imagination in the 1880s. Discover the enduring charm and beauty of ... More
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This award-winning film by Ken Burns recaptures the drama, struggles, and  personal tragedies behind the greatest of all achievements of America's industrial age, THE BROOKLYN BRIDGE. Largest bridge of the era, its construction entailed enormous problems and ingenious solutions. Witness the human heroics behind the bridge that seized America's imagination in the 1880s. Discover the enduring charm and beauty of a granite-and-steel masterpiece.

Producer: Buddy Squires, Amy Stechler, Ken Burns, Roger Sherman
Executive Producer: Ken Burns
Production Company: Florentine Films
Production Year: 1981
Copyright Year: 1981
Rating: TV-G
Director: Ken Burns
Narrator: David McCullough
Writers: Amy Stechler
Number of Discs: 1
Length: 60 minutes
Audio Format: Stereo

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