Type
Scripted
Premiered
Sep. 09, 2001
Status
Completed/Ended
Runtime
60 min.
Country
USA
Network
HBO TV Network

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Band of Brothers

Band of Brothers is a 10-part miniseries based on Stephen Ambrose's book. It follows 'E' (Easy Company, the 506th Regiment of the 101st Airborne Division, U.S. Army) during World War II, from their initial training at Camp Toccoa to the conclusion of the war.

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01x10 Points Aired: Nov. 04, 2001

Easy enters Berchtesgaden, to capture the "Eagle's Nest", a mountain mansion that was built by the Nazi party for Hitler. After going to the …

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The show had 1 season and 10 episodes air in 2001.

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  • Scott Grimes joked that he wasn't acting during Malarkey's sad shower scene, citing that as the point where he really started missing home.
  • The actors endured a grueling ten-day boot camp where they learned the basics, from how to wear a uniform and stand at attention to sophisticated field tactics and parachute jump training.…
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    The actors endured a grueling ten-day boot camp where they learned the basics, from how to wear a uniform and stand at attention to sophisticated field tactics and parachute jump training. The average day was 16 hours long, beginning at 5:00 a.m., rain or shine, with strenuous calisthenics and a three- to five-mile run, followed by hours of tactical training, including weapons handling and jump preparation..
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  • The black-and- white "Invasion stripes" on the wings of the C-47 in the scene where the soldiers are entering the plane are wavy and sloppily painted. This is accurate. The word went down to…
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    The black-and- white "Invasion stripes" on the wings of the C-47 in the scene where the soldiers are entering the plane are wavy and sloppily painted. This is accurate. The word went down to all allied air units on June 4th to paint broad stripes on the planes for recognition. Maintenance personnel used paint brushes, many of them purchased from English retailers, to paint the stripes on thousands of planes, literally overnight. Concerned that the Germans might use Allied aircraft captured during and before Dunkirk to infiltrate and destroy Allied air formations, the so-called "invasion stripes" were added to identify friendly planes.
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