World War II: When Lions Roared is a 1994 TV movie, directed by Joseph Sargent, that stars John Lithgow, Michael Caine and Bob Hoskins as the three major Allied leaders. It was the first video production to be produced in an early form of analog high-definition video using the Sony HDVS line of equipment expressly for broadcast in the United States on the NBC television network. The film portrays Roosevelt, Churchill, and Stalin as they maneuver their countries through several of the major events of World War II - such events include the Blitz, Operation Barbarossa, the bombing of Pearl...
|Release date:||April 19, 1994|
|Directed by:||Joseph Sargent|
|Producer:||David W. Rintels|
|Editor:||John A. Martinelli|
|Music by:||John Morris|
|Cinematography:||John A. Alonzo|
|Screenplay by:||David W. Rintels|