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July 06, 2004

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eli bleich

Interesting that none of the great music documentaries (Festival, Woodstock, Gimmie Shelter, Fillmore, Last Waltz, etc.) are included in your list.

Jesse

Why no BBC documentaries, such as planet earth, along with other classics such as Baraka, are not listed is beyond me, I prefer looking at the world from a distance, if you catch my drift, and I think that's what a good documentary is all about.

Jesse

Why no BBC documentaries, such as planet earth, along with other classics such as Baraka, are not listed is beyond me, I prefer looking at the world from a distance, if you catch my drift, and I think that's what a good documentary is all about.

ricardo

Hey, thanks a lot for the list, i'm checking a bunch of these out.
i understand some people might feel there's a lot missing, but hey, i guess those are your favorites, right?
anyhow, i'm glad you posted this, thanks for the effort.

Ryan Browning

Life, Planet Earth, Blue Planet, The Universe. Those are all series, not documentries. I am rather shocked that "The Sorrow and the Pity" is not on this list, most people consider it the best documentry ever made.

Cold War Best Documentary Ever!

Where the hell is CNN Cold War?


that Vhs series is over 200 dollars,


its the best documentary of all time-


the intro makes me cry! and I am a manly man!

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