George Stevens: D-Day to Berlin
Produced by New Liberty Productions 1994, telecast on the Disney Channel June 6, 1994, color 35mm negative from 16mm original prints, 1.33:1 screen ratio, mono sound, 46 mins., Laserdisc released 1994.
- Written and Produced by George Stevens Jr.
- Cinematography by George Stevens (16mm)
- Film Editing by Catherine Shields
- Sound Recording by Paul Rusnak
- Original music by Carl Davis, Peter Howell
- George Stevens Jr. as Host and Narrator
- Dick Kent as Himself (voice)
- Ken Marthey as Himself (voice)
- Ivan Moffat as Himself (voice)
- Hollingsworth Morse as Himself (voice)
- Jack Muth as Himself (voice)
- Irwin Shaw as Himself (voice)
This film is a documentary about the "Stevens Irregulars," the film crew led by George Stevens as it followed the Allied army across Europe from D-Day in 1944 to the end of the war, shooting 14 cans of 16mm Kodachrome film as well as the official 35 mm black-and-white film. Topics include St. Lo, the liberation of Paris Aug. 25, 1944, "the greatest day of his life," the Battle of the Bulge, refugees, crossing the Rhine, the largest underground factory at Nordhausen that made the V-1, the largest surrender of German soldiers, meeting the Russians at the Elbe, Dauchau concentration camp April 29, 1945, "the day the atrocities stopped forever," liberated POWs, Bertchesgarten in Bavaria, ruins of Berlin.
- Credits from the IMDB for the title George Stevens: D-Day to Berlin
- Hastings, Max. Victory in Europe: D-day to V-E day. Boston: Little, Brown, 1985. 192 p., photographs by George Stevens, introduction by George Stevens, Jr. CL Book Stacks 940.5421 H358v