Actually I think this was called "Fires of Kuwait" and was originally
produced as an IMAX film.
It was available on vhs and laserdisc after its initial release in '92 but
I don't see it listed in any of the current print or on-line soures.
Facets does list it on their on-line catalog, but Ken Crane does not.
On Tue, 3 Aug 1999, Joan Goodwin wrote:
> Whew! I hope that helps to identify that for which I seek!
> After the conflict in the Gulf, there was a video out there
> that followed the efforts of the wildcatters who sought to
> extinguish the burning oilfields of Kuwait. Lots of aerial
> shots, was it Wagner that provided the background music?
> I admit, Red Adair is an assumption on my part, but I think
> he was somehow involved. I only a snippet of this myself,
> but have a Faculty interested in obtaining it for our collection
> in VHS or DVD. Anybody out there have a line on this?
> Thanks in advance for any help.
> Joan Freeman Goodwin
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