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Dogfights: Season 1

Ever imagine what it would be like to participate in the most historic air battles of all time? Imagine no more. "Dogfights" puts you in the cockpit to re-create famous air-to-air engagements. Computer graphics, animation, firsthand accounts, and archival footage make these thrilling and dangerous dogfights all too real...

Year: 2006
Genre: Documentaries, War Docos, Deluxe Box Sets, Docos - War
Country: USA
Director: Robert Kirk
Duration: 610 Minutes
Rating: PG - Contains war footage.
8.4/10
Location in store: Documentary (War)

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