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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 10, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Herald-Zetfuny, New Braunfels, Texas    Tuesday, February 10,1987    PagelB Dan Curtis takes on monumental project in mini series LOS ANGELES (AP) - “War and Remembrance,” with a budget of HOO million and set to run 30 hours on ABC, may well be the most monumental project ever undertaken by one man in the history of motion pictures or television. The one man is director Dan Curtis. In addition to directing, Curtis is the executive producer and co-wrote the 2,119-page script with Earl Wallace and author Herman Wouk. “War and Remembrance” is the sequel to Wouk’s “The Winds of War,” which Curtis also directed. Curtis has been filming “War and Remembrance” since January 1986 and will not complete principal photography until September. He spent most of last year in Europe. This year he will film in California, Hawaii, Florida, Washington and Philadelphia. The sea battles will be filmed in miniature in the Bahamas in 1988. Then he faces a year of editing. The miniseries continues the story of Pug Henry (Robert Mitchum), Rhoda (Polly Bergen) and their family. It tells the story of World War II on the battlefields, at home and in the Nazi death camps. “This is my third year on ‘War and Remembrance,’ counting the pre-production work,” Curtis said in his motor home during a half-hour lunch break from shooting He spent four years on “The Winds of War” and expects this will take five years After the 18-hour “The Winds of War,” which ABC broadcast in February 1983, Curtis swore he would not do the sequel Why did he change his mind? “I guess it helped to have a year off,” he said “I couldn't find anything I wanted to do. Nothing seemed to be a challenge It was all pale by comparison to what I had done.” In the meantime, ABC moved ahead with its plans for “War and Remembrance” and negotiated with Curtis. Colonial Writing Desk Traditional Writing Desk Reg. $269.95 Full View Curio With side* of glass and a mirrored back all the way to the floor, your curios never looked so nice. Pecan finished cabinet has 4 glass shelves and light. 95-350-0. Reg. $379.95 Our 18th Century writing desk has graceful Queen Anne legs, large flat writing surface and drawers. Perfect touch for a traditional room. 94-361-5. Our Colonial Oak finished writing desk has one drawer and 3 pigeonholes for your convenience. Easy to use compact size. 95-275-0. With country oak exterior and solid cedar lined interior, our genuine Lane cedar chest fits your style and needs 42x16x17" 95-169-4 We Interrupt Our 49th Anniversary Sale To Bring You Swivel Recliner Action swivel -rec 11 nor-roc her by Lane has fswn Her-cuIon velvet cover. Rock In it. recline In it. swivel It enfoy itl 90 909 8 Hall Piece Call It anything...this handy hall unit Is a hall table, mirror and hall tree in one. Marble top. pecan finish, beveled minor. 95-350-5. Special Buys For That Special Person! High Back Velvet Chair High back swivel rocker by Kay Is yours in salmon or steel color velvet Traditional diamond tufted design 90-266-2/3 Wonderful y Wingback Recliner Low Back Swivel Rocker Rattan Swivel Rocker •Vias! "Anerftcen Expreee * Leeks Charge! Lack’s of New Braunfels 971W. San Antonio 625-7324 ;