U.S. Army: "The Big Picture" Video (28 minutes, 47 seconds)

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"The Big Picture" was the Army's ground-breaking television series. The half-hour weekly program featured famous or before-they-were-famous actors and actresses in top quality productions, filmed on the Astoria stages. In the 1950s the series was shot on 35mm black-and-white negative, but by the end of the 1960s, it was using 16mm color negative.

The series covered a wide range of subjects, telling the Army's story in history and in current events.

For more information, see the Army Pictorial Center website.

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Produced by the Army Pictorial Center
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