If you're only interesting in footage of the failed launch: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7O4V7JfeTSU
It is the only time a launch escape system has actually been used.
The Russians seem to be particularly hot on recycling Soviet era ICBMs for commercial purposes. And Soyuz is indeed a man-rated launcher and currently the only crew carrying vehicle ferrying personnel to the ISS! Atop a core stage and boosters descended directly from the USSR's first monster ICBM of the 1950s.
At the end of the montage a parachute comically deploys with a pop and the guy mugs it up considerably.
I always wondered why they doctored the footage to produce a comic effect. - but hey - it turns out it was genuine footage... From the four inch flight.
Very dramatic with the Mercury Seven astronauts bravely considering the safety of the rockets they were to ride on. Indeed they had the "right stuff".