Directing Goering

In the closing days of World War II, military cameramen documenting U.S. Army Air Forces activities in Europe as part of "Special Film Project 186" got an unexpected chance to film German Luftwaffe commander Hermann Göring following his capture. Owen Crump, who headed the service's First Motion Picture Unit, recounted the story to filmmaker David Sewell for his as-yet unreleased documentary, "Special Film Project 186." Video: David Sewell/Motion Video Inc. (3:16)

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