SOURCE: Inecom Entertainment Company

November 28, 2006 17:50 ET

Worldwide Release of "World War 1 - American Legacy" Set for December 5th

David Carradine Tells the Stories of How American Men and Women of All Classes Went "Over There" and Did the Job

PITTSBURGH, PA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- November 28, 2006 -- Inecom Entertainment Company announced today that the worldwide release of "World War 1 - American Legacy" will take place on December 5, 2006. The 112-minute high-definition documentary narrated by David Carradine vividly tells stories of American men and women who served in the Great War, setting the right example for all Americans today. The DVD will be on sale at video stores, Internet retailers, educational and institutional distributors and large retail chains.

Producer/Director Mark Bussler says, "'World War 1 - American Legacy' is an exciting film about Americans in the Great War and the legacy they have left behind. Driven by David Carradine's powerful narration, this documentary film is shot and edited in high definition and illustrated with rare, contemporary artwork and photographs from authentic American, British, French and German sources. It also features modern Great War monuments and a vast collection of period music. Overall, it looks and sounds unlike any other Great War documentary."

Featured in "World War 1 - American Legacy" are the stories of people like Quentin Roosevelt, Father Duffy, e.e. cummings, Alan Seeger, the Lafayette Escadrille, James Reese Europe and the Harlem Hell Fighters, Charles Whittlesey, the Fighting 69th and the "Hello Girls." Click on links to learn more about Director Mark Bussler, Narrator David Carradine and view a trailer.

Betty Jo Tucker at had this to say about the film, "Mark Bussler, one of my favorite documentary filmmakers, wins my admiration again with 'World War 1 - American Legacy.' How I wish this DVD had been available when I was teaching World History to high school students!"

About David Carradine

In a professional career spanning 45 years, David Carradine has appeared in 118 films, 32 plays, 27 television movies of the week, miniseries and dramatic specials, has made more than 35 guest appearances on various series and played the starring role in three series. His second starring role, as Caine in "Kung Fu," evolved into one of the most iconic roles in the history of television, earning him both Emmy® and Golden Globe® nominations. Carradine made his film debut in "Taggart" in the 1960s and has since starred in such films as Martin Scorcese's "Box Car Bertha" and "Mean Streets." He played the title character in Quentin Tarantino's smash hits "Kill Bill Volume I" and "Volume II," for which he earned another Golden Globe® nomination. Carradine was named Best Actor by the National Board of Review® for his portrayal of folksinger Woody Guthrie in "Bound for Glory," and his work on "Americana" was honored with the People's Prize at the Director's Fortnight of the Cannes Film Festival. Carradine's accomplishments have also been recognized with a star on Hollywood's Walk of Fame.

About Inecom Entertainment Company

Inecom Entertainment Company ( finances and distributes independent films by partnering with innovative producers and enlisting celebrated talent such as Ronald F. Maxwell, Richard Dreyfuss, Keith Carradine, David Carradine, Hal Holbrook and Gene Wilder.

Since 2001, Inecom has released nine feature documentaries and multiple instructional films for USA and international distribution including "EXPO - Magic of the White City" narrated by Gene Wilder, "Gettysburg and Stories of Valor" narrated by Keith Carradine, "Johnstown Flood" narrated by Richard Dreyfuss, and "Horses of Gettysburg" and "Lincoln and Lee at Antietam - The Cost of Freedom" narrated by Ronald F. Maxwell. Inecom's upcoming productions include "Silent Wings - American Glider Pilots of World War II" narrated by Hal Holbrook, "Blood and Oil - The Middle East in World War I" narrated by Marty Callaghan, "The Clara Barton Story" and "Winters of War."

Note to Media

To schedule an interview or appearance for "World War 1 - American Legacy" or to receive a free press screening copy, press kit or product photographs for any of Inecom Entertainment Company's films, contact Julie Halapchuk at or 1.888.258.5164 or

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