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America: The Story of the US

History Channel series are characterized by cost-effective action sequences. For instance, the Battle of the Alamo, directed by Andrew Chater involved no more than two or three featured actors, five extras and five stuntmen. To achieve this requires careful planning, and the storyboard anchors design, geography, lensing and action into a believable close-quarter visual narrative. Spoiler: Davy Crockett gets it in the end…