VIDEO Color film changes view of World War II

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Associated Press

Posted on June 1, 2014 at 1:00 PM

Hollywood director George Stevens made popular comic films until he found himself on Omaha Beach in World War II.

With his 16 mm camera and color film, Stevens' record of the war became a personal diary as well as a story of war.

George Stevens Jr. talked about his father's unique view of the conflict.

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