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  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region A/1
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: NR
  • Studio: eOne Films
  • Release Date: Sept. 28 2010
  • Run Time: 580 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B003JQZY6C
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #35,406 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)

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For nearly a decade, the legendary World War II aircraft carrier USS Enterprise held a pivotal place on the turbulent seas of war, engaging in some of the fiercest multi-front battles ever witnessed in modern combat. The only carrier to be front and center in every major sea conflict in the Pacific, the Enterprise and her crew's battles were marked by by intense firepower, instinct and a 360°-coordination between surface ships, the aircraft above, and the submarines below. In each episode using incredible CGI visualizations, BATTLE 360° follows the Enterprise and its men through another conflict of WWII as they fight off the enemy from the air, sea, and underwater.

BATTLE 360°: THE COMPLETE SEASON ONE includes all 10 original episodes on 3 discs.

BONUS FEATURE: Additional Scenes

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Pierre Lemmon on Jan. 1 2011
This is a perfect gift for any serious World War II buffs. The Enterprise was one of the most storied airraft carriers from the War in the Pacific. I bought this for my brother in-law who pretty much knows everything about WWII and he had this series on his wishlist. Having it in Blu-ray lets you watch in in high definition. Enjoy!

Peter
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By John Thomas Anderson TOP 50 REVIEWER on Feb. 21 2013
There have been lots of documentaries on the Second World War and more specifically on the Pacific War. Some good such as the World at War, Battlefield's Greatest Sea Battles and my personal favourite Victory at Sea; others not so good. But this Battle 360 series is definitely unique. There's nothing else even remotely like it!

First of all it's done in mostly CGI format similar to the Dogfights series or the Greatest Tanks series that is also done by these folks. Using CGI to show the battles in a way that simply couldn't be done with just film footage. While some may object to this, it definitely allows them to show scenes that never got filmed such as the night heavy cruiser battle at Guadalcanal as one example. And they do intersperse the CGI with some film clips and more importantly interviews with as many veterans as they could find.

The other thing that makes this series unique is that the entire Pacific War is seen through the prism of the U.S.S. Enterprise. The most highly decorated American warship of World War II! With any other ship, this would normally be too restrictive. But here it actually works since the Enterprise was the only American warship that was involved in every major battle of the Pacific except Pearl Harbour and the Battle of the Coral Sea. So you start with the preliminary skirmishing, progress to the battle of Midway, come to the episode in the war where the Enterprise is the only functioning carrier left (appropriately entitled Enterprise vs. Japan), then less than a year later is part of an armada of over 16 american carriers, the battle of Leyte Gulf where the Imperial Navy was shattered once and for all and finally Victory! It's a fascinating progression!

It's not perfect of course.
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Battle 360: Complete Season 1 Blu Ray Feb. 14 2011
By Simon - Published on Amazon.com
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Perhaps the most authorotative visual documentary style on WWII in the Pacific focusing on the U.S.S. Enterprise carrier set against stunning computer generated visual graphics that take you into the heart of the battle. Cleverly choreographed scenes derived from actual living [and deceased] eye witness reports, - true-life accounts of the Enterprise's exploits and the airmen who served and fought aboard this most intrepid of WWII carriers to ever see such distinguished combat service in the Pacific ocean.

The Blu Ray version is excellent in HD, and has 'user friendly' graphics to easily help navigate your way around episodes and/or chapters in the Enterprise's history right up until her painful post-war decommissioning and eventual scrapping.

Soundtrack is only two-channel however, [left and right, - not surround] but most up-to-date HDMI equipped amplifiers will give you listenable 'incremental surround' if that's your liking. Emphasis here would be on actual period news footage, narration, interviews with surviving servicemen, aided by state of the art computer graphics or CGI, with nice textures and realism to the airplanes and ships involved.

Episode one includes stunning CGI re-enactment of a Japanese G4M 'Betty' bomber 'slicing across' Enterprise's rear deck with her stbd wingtip, - slicing off a parked Douglas Dauntless's tailplane as the rear gunner fires undauntedly at the doomed Betty as she scythes/cart-wheels into the see just off of her stern in a huge fountain of water and debris....

Great stuff for war buffs and history fanatics, like me!
This is my Rifle, This is my Gun ... March 16 2015
By attaboy - Published on Amazon.com
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This is my Rifle, This is my Gun ... The History Channel .. should be historically accurate, Right? Well for myself, and I think for the other 22 million Vets out there, I cringe with dis-belief when ever I hear about a 5" 38 caliber gun, or shipboard main battle guns called rifles. Geesus H Louise, why can't they just spring a few $100 on to Dale Dye to read the script before they publish stuff like that. As for me, I've got the original 20 volume Time Life WWII set, and all of the original Black & White "Victory at Sea" in VHS, just for starters.

Now I'm no armchair warrior, nor am I a Dale Dye, but I took Basic 45 years ago, and back then we clearly learned what not to call our rifle. So for the benefit of my fellow Veterans my header may illicit a chuckle from un-fond memories. For the rest of you, just punch the header into YouTube. OK .. Rant over .. I'm done. Lost a star for not "Hiring a Vet" to read/accuratize the script. 588th Combat Engineers .. Essayons.
Great viewing , a tribute to the greatest generation July 10 2014
By Thomas Creech - Published on Amazon.com
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A must for anyone interested in the war in the pacific and the history of cv6. The finest ship to carry the name Enterprise
dvd May 15 2014
By Shirley C Bunch - Published on Amazon.com
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Item just as described, I have nothing bad to say about it since it is exactly what I was looking for.
A riveting series that is a must-have for WWII buffs April 3 2014
By Nate Moore - Published on Amazon.com
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This was sponsored by Enterprise Rent-A-Car. That's no coincidence. The founder of Enterprise was actually on that carrier during WWII. The computer graphics are very realistic. The chronology of events is well explained and easy to follow. It really keeps you on the edge of your seat through the entire series.

The best part of this series is the interviews of Enterprise sailors and flyers, now very old men. If you're like me, you'll probably get really choked up a lot. That generation is among the greatest America ever had. God bless them.

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