China Beach Season 1
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China Beach Season 1

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Never before released China Beach Season 1 (3-DVD) Set. Back to the beach... From the moment CHINA BEACH debuted in 1988, with its iconic opening credits set to the Supremes’ “Reflections” as its theme song, it was hailed as groundbreaking television. In an era of testosterone-driven war movies, CHINA BEACH as seen on TV delivered a unique perspective: the Vietnam War through the eyes of women!

CHINA BEACH was the perhaps the best drama ever presented about the true horrors of the Vietnam War and its effects on the lives of the soldiers and civilians involved. Week after week, the war was brought front and center into American homes by master storyteller, John Sacret Young.

3-DVD Set China Beach Season 1 features the iconic 2-hour pilot, “China Beach” plus “How It All Began,” an exclusive featurette that reviews the inspiration for the series, key storylines and themes. Enjoy original hit songs used as the soundtrack. Original episodes from Season 1: "China Beach Part I” • “China Beach Part II" • "Home" • "Hot Spell" • "Somewhere Over the Radio” • "Waiting For Beckett" • “Brothers” • "Chao Ong" EXCLUSIVE BONUS FEATURES: includes: Highlights from the 25th Anniversary CHINA BEACH cast reunion, including: Dana Delany (First Lieutenant Colleen McMurphy), Marg Helgenberger (K.C. Kolowski), Michael Boatman (PVT Sam Beckett), Robert Picardo (Captain Dr. Dick Richard) and many others (taped 12/12/2012). Pilot Episode Commentary by series co-creator and executive producer John Sacret Young and director/producer Rod Holcomb. Exclusive interviews with Dana Delany and Chloe Webb. Featurette: China Beach: How It All Began.

480 minutes