Band of Brothers – Volume 1 – VHS


EAN: 5014780251847

Band of Brothers – Volume 1

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Part 1 Currahee

In Ticcoa, Ga, 1942, a disparate group of young men begins voluntary training to become members of one of America’s newest military regiments – the paratroopers. Under the harsh leadership of Lt. Sobel, members of the newly formed Easy Company becoe some of the Army’s most elite soldiers. As training progresses, a rivalry flares between Sobel, whom the men despise. and Lt. Winters, a junior officer who’s earned their respect and admiration.

Director – Phil Alden Robinson

Part 2 Days of Days

On June 6, 1944, D-Day, planes with thousands of paratroopers cross the English Channel to France, and come under heavy fire. None of the men land where they expected to, and many lose their weapons and supplies in the drop. Winters links up with solitary soldiers, and they set off to find their units. An attack on a fortified German artillery position is successful, but Winters, now acting company commander, loses his first man.

Director – Richard Loncraine

Part 3 Carentan

Two days after D-Day, Easy Company is sent to take the town of Carentan, engaging in a successful battle that results in several casualties. Some soldiers, including Pvt. Blithe, have a difficult time adjusting to combat. After 36 days in Normandy and several fierce battles. Easy returns to England, but their celebrations are short-lived, as news comes that they’re moving out again.

Director – Mikael Salomon


  • Kirk Acevedo
  • Eion Bailey
  • Michael Cudlitz
  • Dale Dye
  • Rick Gomez
  • Scott Grimes
  • Colin Hanks
  • Frank John Hughes
  • Damian Lewis
  • Ron Livingston
  • James Madio
  • Neil McDonough
  • David Schwimmer
  • Matthew Settle
  • Douglas Spain
  • Richard Speight, Jr
  • Donnie Wahlberg

183 mins

2002 Warner Home Video

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Weight400 g

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EAN: 5014780251847


Dreamworks Pictures


Warner Bros


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