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Five Came Back - Season 1 __FULL__

All five men were there for the major moments of World War II, unafraid of the danger inherent in it all. John Ford and George Stevens landed on the beaches of Normandy on D-Day to film the invasion. They selected cameramen to accompany them, and knew that not all of those men would come home. These men weren't going there to fight. They were going to there to film. There were hundreds of cameras and dozens of men. Stevens was there when they found Dachau. It is impossible to imagine the shock of that. No one had seen a concentration camp, and yet he was the first man to show arguably the most nightmarish chapter of human history to the world. Of course, he was never the same. The world would never be the same.

Five Came Back - Season 1

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Part III opens with Ford and Stevens being assigned to film D-Day, which involved hundreds of cameras. An edited film of the invasion was in American theaters within days. (Much of it was too brutal to be shown.) Ford was so shaken by the event that he got drunk for days and was sent back to Washington.

In Pictures at a Revolution, Mark Harris turned the story of the five movies nominated for Best Picture in 1967 into a landmark work of cultural history, a book about the transformation of an art form and the larger social shift it signified. In Five Came Back, he achieves something larger and even more remarkable, giving us the untold story of how Hollywood changed World War II, and how World War II changed Hollywood, through the prism of five film directors caught up in the war: John Ford, William Wyler, John Huston, Frank Capra, and George Stevens. It was the best of times and the worst of times for Hollywood before the war. The box office was booming, and the studios' control of talent and distribution was as airtight as could be hoped. But the industry's relationship with Washington was decidedly uneasy - hearings and investigations into allegations of corruption and racketeering were multiplying, and hanging in the air was the insinuation that the business was too foreign, too Jewish, too "un-American" in its values and causes. Could an industry this powerful in shaping America's mind-set really be left in the hands of this crew? Following Pearl Harbor, Hollywood had the chance to prove its critics wrong and did so with vigor, turning its talents and its business over to the war effort to an unprecedented extent.No industry professionals played a bigger role in the war than America's most legendary directors: Ford, Wyler, Huston, Capra, and Stevens. Between them they were on the scene of almost every major moment of America's war, and in every branch of service - army, navy, and air force; Atlantic and Pacific; from Midway to North Africa; from Normandy to the fall of Paris and the liberation of the Nazi death camps; to the shaping of the message out of Washington, D.C.As it did for so many others, World War II divided the lives of these men into before and after, to an extent that has not been adequately understood. In a larger sense - even less well understood - the war divided the history of Hollywood into before and after as well. Harris reckons with that transformation on a human level - through five unforgettable lives - and on the level of the industry and the country as a whole. Like these five men, Hollywood too, and indeed all of America, came back from the war having grown up more than a little.

LONG BEACH, Calif. - Senior Kelly Reeves had 13 of her career-high 21 kills in the last two sets, adding 15 digs to lead a group of three Bruins who had double-doubles, as #11 UCLA came back from 2-1 down to beat Long Beach State in five on Wednesday at the Walter Pyramid.

The first set featured 13 ties and five lead changes. Trailing 10-8, the Bruins scored six of the next eight to go ahead 14-12. Aquino had two kills and teamed up with Reeves on a block during the run, Lowe added a kill and the 49ers recorded service and attack errors, forcing Long Beach State into a timeout. It was a great breather for the host team, which scored the next five out of the break to take a 17-14 edge. Long Beach's largest lead of the set was four at 19-15. UCLA scored four of the next five on two Nightingale kills and kills from Felix and Reeves to get to within one at 20-19, but a 3-0 49er run put their advantage back up to four at 23-19.

UCLA (9-1) had an early 3-1 lead in set two on a Reeves kill and ace and a 49er attack error, but Long Beach State came back with an 8-2 run to go ahead 9-5. The 49ers' largest advantage was five at 18-13, but UCLA scored five of the next six to get to within one at 19-18. Lowe, Felix, Aquino and Reeves had kills, while Aquino added a solo block. Long Beach State would get its lead back up to three at 23-20, but UCLA came back to save six set points to win the second and even the match heading into intermission.

Long Beach led 4-3 early in the fifth when UCLA went on a 6-0 run to go ahead 9-4. The first half of the run came on a Lawless kill, an Aquino/Felix combo block and a Reeves kill. The second half of the run began and ended with Reeves kills, with another Aquino/Felix block putting the Bruins up by five. A 4-1 run got the 49ers back to within two at 10-8, but that streak was stopped on Reeves' 20th kill of the night to make it 11-8.

COLLEGE STATION, Texas -- Brandy Magee recorded a season-high 22 kills, hit .625 and added six blocks as 19th-ranked Texas snapped it's seven-year losing streak at No. 23 Texas A&M with five-game victory - 30-19, 28-30, 30-25, 28-30, 15-9 - at the Aggies' G. Rollie White Coliseum on Wednesday night in front of 3,509 fans. With the victory, Texas earned ½ point toward UT's total in the 2005 State Farm Lone Star Showdown rivalry series between the two schools.

In game five, the Longhorns pulled out a 5-1 lead and maintained at least a four-point margin for the rest of the match. Magee came out strong for UT, swinging for five kills and adding a block to push UT to the win.

Texas jumped out to a quick 5-0 lead to open the match in the first game, establishing a lead it wouldn't surrender the rest of the game. A&M called a quick timeout and came back out, pulling within four points at 6-2, but that was as close as the Aggies got the rest of the game as the Longhorns continued to pull away.

A&M came out in game two and moved to a 7-3 lead, swinging for five kills the run. The Longhorns got within two points after back-to-back Aggie errors, but then TAMU puled ahead by five at 15-10, its biggest lead of the game. The Longhorns inched back to within two points at 26-24 after a Moriarty ace, and although Texas got within one point at 29-28 (A&M), Jones connected for the Aggies' final four kills - of her eight total in the game - to knot the score at 1-1 headed into the intermission.

The teams played a tight third game with neither team holding more than a two point advantage until the Aggies moved ahead 23-20. However, the Longhorns rallied back to tie the match at 24-24 after a Magee kill and a Armstrong-Christian block. After block - this time Paolini and Armstrong - put the Horns up by one point at 25-24, but TAMU came back with back-to-back points. One more tie ensued before the Aggies went ahead for good on a UT service error, 27-26. After a Yon kill, the Aggies forced game five with a service error that handed TAMU the game.

Nov. 10, 2012Final StatsFollow @TexasVolleyball!function(d,s,id)var js,fjs=d.getElementsByTagName(s)[0];if(!d.getElementById(id))js=d.createElement(s);;js.src="//";fjs.parentNode.insertBefore(js,fjs);(document,"script","twitter-wjs");LAWRENCE, Kan. - Junior outside hitter Bailey Webster tied season highs with 17 kills and five blocks as the No. 3 Texas Longhorns defeated the No. 23 Kansas Jayhawks, 3-2 (20-25, 25-15, 22-25, 25-16, 15-12), in a Big 12 match. The Longhorns won their 15th straight match to clinch at least a share of the Big 12 title with three matches remaining in the season.Haley Eckerman added 16 kills, 15 digs, three service aces and two blocks while Khat Bell had a season-high 14 kills while hitting .419 with six blocks. Hannah Allison had 56 assists, four kills and seven digs while junior libero Sarah Palmer tied a season high with 24 digs.Texas improved to 21-3 overall, 13-0 in conference while Kansas fell to 21-6 overall, 9-4 in Big 12 play. The Longhorns handed the Jayhawks their first home loss (13-1) this season.Caroline Jarmoc led all players with 18 kills for the Jayhawks while Sara Mcclinton had 11 kills. Tayler Tolefree added seven kills and seven blocks.Three straight points by the Jayhawks helped to build a 10-6 lead in the first set. Tolefree and Catherine Carmichael went back-to-back kills as the lead went to five, 13-8. Webster brought UT within two at 18-16, but a service error sparked a 4-1 run for Kansas as Jarmoc would later put one down the middle as KU won the first set.Molly McCage had two straight kills for the 4-3 Texas lead in set two. Bell figured in three of four kills as Texas had the 10-6 advantage. Texas later scored five straight with two more kills from Bell for the 23-12 lead as Eckerman would tie the match for the Longhorns on her sixth kill of the evening.Trailing 10-8 in the third, Jarmoc was the key to help the Jayhawks score four straight points for the 12-10 lead. Texas retook the lead at 14-13, but the Jayhawks used an 8-2 run to take over and earn a 2-1 lead in the match. The Longhorns would come out in set four similar to the second set, using eight blocks to send the match into the fifth and deciding set.With a 5-5 score in the fifth, miscommunication by the Jayhawks put the Longhorns ahead. Eckerman then hit a kill off the back corner, followed by a block from McCage and McNeal for the 8-5 Texas lead on the side switch. After a timeout, Mcclinton and Tolefree stuffed a Texas attempt and a UT hitting error closed the gap to one, 8-7. Allison's sneak kill gave Texas a 10-8 lead as Eckerman added another ace to help put the match away. Webster finished the match with her final kill to secure the victory.Texas returns home to face Texas Tech on Wednesday (Nov. 14) in a 7 p.m. match that will be broadcast live on Longhorn Network. Gametracker live stats will be available on and a live Twitter feed @TexasVolleyball.Notes: Texas is 3-1 in five-set matches this season...tonight was the second time in Big 12 play that Texas trailed 2-1 in a match, but came back to win (Oct. 17 vs. Iowa State)...Texas is 9-3 this season against ranked opponents...the Longhorns' 13-0 start in Big 12 play is the best start ever in head coach Jerritt Elliott's tenure at Texas.TEXAS20-25-22-25-15KU25-15-25-16-12Records: Texas (21-3, 13-0), Kansas (21-6, 9-4)Kills: Caroline Jarmoc 18 (Kansas), Bailey Webster 17 (Texas)Team:TEXASKU1.159.1842.394.1253.143.2314.375.0255.222.211Match.247.148 Print Friendly Version var obj = "start":0,"count":10,"name":"story-template-boilerplate","sport_id":null,"count_breakpoints":null,"css_class":"","pinned_id":"","extra":,"context":null,"dummy":false,"type":"ads","id":"b0ca7712-51e8-44d9-ac3c-01ba4690182c","data":"location":"id":0,"title":null,"type":null,"effect":null,"fixed_image_sizes":false,"excluded_sport_ids":null,"slick":false,"dfp":false,"sidearm_dfp":false,"common_page":false,"html_template":null,"name":null,"autoplay_speed":0,"accessibility_icons":false,"sizes":null,"slick_options":null,"dfp_sizes":null,"campaigns":[],"content_id":null,"content_title":null,"content_date":null,"content_url":null,"content_image_url":null,"mode":"web"; if (!("sidearmComponents" in window)) window.sidearmComponents = []; window.sidearmComponents.push(obj); Related Story Content var obj = "start":0,"count":10,"name":"story-template-general-1-1","sport_id":null,"count_breakpoints":null,"css_class":"","pinned_id":"","extra":,"context":null,"dummy":false,"type":"ads","id":"64bc581a-4243-41ac-af4d-08bba04ce805","data":"location":"id":93,"title":"Story Templates - General 1 - Location 1","type":"dfp","effect":"none","fixed_image_sizes":true,"excluded_sport_ids":[],"slick":false,"dfp":true,"sidearm_dfp":false,"common_page":true,"html_template":null,"name":"story-template-general-1-1","autoplay_speed":0,"accessibility_icons":true,"sizes":null,"slick_options":null,"dfp_sizes":["id":231,"enabled":true,"breakpoint":0,"width":300,"height":250,"size_list":null,"unit_name":"/21708449227/utexas/story-template-general-1-1","sidearm_dfp":null],"campaigns":null,"content_id":"story-template-general-1-1","content_title":"story-template-general-1-1","content_date":null,"content_url":null,"content_image_url":null,"mode":"web"; if (!("sidearmComponents" in window)) window.sidearmComponents = []; window.sidearmComponents.push(obj); Story Links Related Videos Now Playing: Play Video 041b061a72


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