Sunday, May 23, 2010
When it comes to slicing and dicing history for the purpose of serving it up as entertainment, few do it as well as the History Channel; although often ridiculed (occasionally even by me) as the Hitler Channel, occasionally they manage to veer off of the subject of World War II long enough to cover the rest of history. Regardless, it is a reputation the Pop Culture Institute hopes to one day garner for itself, and learning what not to do is just as important as learning what to do.
Here as part of their investigation into the deaths of notorious gangsters Bonnie & Clyde, is Edward Herrmann narrating the story of the shirt in which Clyde Barrow was killed...
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