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    Modern Marvels

    Modern Marvels

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    According to the History Channel, this show first aired in January of 1995, but it was released on VHS in 1994. It was probably on another network before the History Channel was formed in January of 1995.moreless
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    Lost And Found (1999)

    Lost And Found (1999)

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    The History Channel (ended 2005)
    History's Lost and Found is a series that first aired in 1999. Each episode is divided up into 3 segments and in each segment we learn the history of famous artifacts and pop culture icons. Reruns of the show are still shown to this day.moreless
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    Empires of Industry

    Empires of Industry

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    The History Channel (ended 2007)
    This History Channel documentary series profiles major industries such as oil, timber, steel, computers, and textiles and examines how they've impacted America.
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    History Bites

    History Bites

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    The History Channel (ended 2004)
    Made in Canada. This is a Canadian Series. The show had 5 seasons. You will notice a Season 6 in this guide. There was no real Season 6. This is where all the specials are listed. 1. Host Rick Green guides us through various periods of world history as contemporary television programming might have depicted it. With a sense of humour, we learn the real facts about the past and their link with the present. ================= 2. History Bites is a skit comedy show that explores the premise, "What if television had been around for the past 5,000 years?" Each episode channel surfs through a particular day in history and the result is a history lesson hidden inside a clever spoof of TV. ============================== The one hour specials; History Bites Mother Britain and History Bites Uncle Sam are created, produced and directed by Rick Green and Executive Produced by S&S Productions – the same team behind all five seasons of the series History Bites. Season five of History Bites can be seen on History Televison and earlier seasons on The Comedy Network ============================ Awards Canadian Comedy Awards 2002 Won -- "Television - Pretty Funny Female Performance" -- Janet van de Graaf Nominated -- "Television - Pretty Funny Direction - Series" -- Rick Green Nominated -- "Television - Pretty Funny Writing - Series" -- Danny DiTata, Rick Green, Duncan McKenzie, Amy McKenzie, Eric Lunsky, Jason Taniguchi, Jeremy Winkels Canadian Comedy Awards 2001 Nominated -- "Television - Pretty Funny Direction - Series" -- Rick Green Nominated -- "Television - Pretty Funny Female Performance" -- Janet van de Graaf Canadian Comedy Awards 2000 Nominated -- "Television - Performance - Female" -- Teresa Pavlinek Nominated -- "Television - Performance - Female" Janet van de Graaf Nominated -- "Television - Writing - Season" -- Rick Green, Duncan McKenzie, Amy McKenzie, Eric Lunsky, Danny DiTata, Jeremy Winkels Gemini Awards 2000 Nominated -- "Best Performance or Host in a Variety Program or Series" -- Matthew Sharp ============================ Company credits: Production Companies * History Bites Productions * History Television * S and S Productions * S&S Productions Inc. Other Companies * Frog Feet Productions cartoon animation (2003) ==================== Release dates: Canada -- 27 October 1998 ========================moreless
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    Gadget Boy's Adventures in History

    Gadget Boy's Adventures in History

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    The History Channel (ended 1998)
    Gadget Boy's Adventure In History is the sequel to Gadget Boy and Heather and continues in his adventures against the forces of evil.
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    Haunted History

    Haunted History

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    History Channel presents its viewers with another documentary series. In this series, we visit various hot spots throughout the United States and Europe where ghost stories keep the believers believing and the tourists investigating.moreless
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    Real West

    Real West

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    The myths, legends and realities of the Old West come alive in THE REAL WEST WITH KENNY ROGERS. Through original footage, authentic diaries, paintings, photos and expert commentary, this award-winning series reawakens the adventure of our most fabled era.moreless
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    The Men Who Killed Kennedy

    The Men Who Killed Kennedy

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    The History Channel (ended 2003)
    A medical technician who was at the autopsy states categorically that the body he saw was not the one shown in the official photographs. The mortician who buried Lee Harvey Oswald reveals the startling discovery made when the "assassin's" body was exhumed 18 years later. A highly decorated Army officer says he was trained to eliminate key witnesses... 40 years after JFK was shot in Dallas, controversy continues to rage around his assassination. THE MEN WHO KILLED KENNEDY is the most comprehensive examination of the case ever filmed, drawing on exclusive interviews with highly placed government sources and independent investigators. The six original episodes in this series investigates everything from the "Miami Connection" to the possibility that Bobby Kennedy's plan to murder Castro was co-opted and used on his brother! So who did kill President Kennedy on that fateful November day. The Russians, Castro, the Mafia, the Government, the Army, Lee Harvey Oswald, or perhaps a combination of the before mentioned. That's your decision as this documentary examines all the possibilities. No doubt that this tragic event greatly effected the course of American society. Therefore we have a right to know what really happened in Dallas, TX on November 23, 1963. On the 40th anniversay of the assassination, The History Channel aired three additional episodes, one of which caused a large controversary, alledging that former Presdient Lyndon Johnson was involved in the conspiracy.moreless
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    The Best of the Real West

    The Best of the Real West

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    The myths, legends and realities of the Old West come alive in The Real West with Kenny Rogers. Through original footage, authentic diaries, paintings, photos and expert commentary, this award-winning History Channel series reawakens the adventure of our most fabled era, exposing the truth behind some of America's most celebrated stories and figures.moreless
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    War of the Century

    War of the Century

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    War of the Century from The History Channel examines the bloody conflict that took place in Eastern Europe during the Second World War. Hitler and the Nazis fought on one side of the war while Stalin led the opposing Soviet Union forces on the other. This four-part TV series was filmed in Germany, Hungary, Poland, Russia, Ukraine, and Belorussia, and is dedicated to the events that took place during this deadly conflict. From the time Hitler invaded the Soviet Union in 1941 until his eventual defeat in 1942, over 30 million people were killed and even more were injured. This series not only includes interviews with leading historians and extremely rare film footage, but also presents eyewitness reports detailing some of the events that took place during the fight for Moscow. Even during this devastating war, the terror that occurred inside the Soviet Union due to the ever paranoid Joseph Stalin could not go unnoticed. In this historical series, the complicated and often fatal internal conflict is discussed alongside the larger war between Nazism and Stalinism. This approach created a unique and educational documentary that sheds light on one of the deadliest wars ever fought.moreless
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    The Haunted History of Halloween

    The Haunted History of Halloween

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    Harry Smith hosts this fascinating documentary about the origins of everyone's favorite pagan holiday, Halloween. It follows Halloween from its roots as a Druidic holiday, called The Festival of Samhain, all the way up until today, when it is known as the "festival of candy," in which teens who are too old to trick or treat threaten to TP your house if you don't fill their candy bags.moreless
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    Civil War Journal

    Civil War Journal

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    Civil War Journals is The History Channel's series that chronicles the happenings of the American Civil War through the memoirs of those who took place in it. Hosted by actor Danny Glover, the show uses historical memoirs to examine the prelude to the war, and the bloody months that followed. The series follows from John Brown's raid on Harper's Ferry, the opening shots at Fort Sumter, through the first major battle at Bull Run and beyond. Using diaries, photographs, historical accounts, and reenactments, the show aims to get a private and intimate look at some of the aspects of the bloody conflict, from individual personalities to larger battles. With stories covering Stonewall Jackson, the battle at Fort Sumter, John Singleton, war photographer Alexander Gardner and more, the show takes a varied look at the war. Join in and watch the historic battle unfold on The History Channel's Civil War Journals.moreless