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PEARL HARBOR - The Real Story
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DESCRIPTION:  Hear the complete story from the men and women that were there. Pearl Harbor survivors tell their stories about December 7, 1941. Pearl Harbor The Real Story will take you on a trip back to December 7, 1941 using historical facts, photos and archive film clips. Listen as over 60 survivors tell a brief story of what they experienced that incredible day. Then, take a tour of the bases as they look today. See historic buildings and locations, some that are still damaged from the attack. Take a walk through some of Oahu's military museums and see artifacts from the attack. Take a solemn walk on the Arizona Memorial and see the ship as it rests on the bottom of the Harbor with 3 hours of Pearl Harbor- The Real Story.
Certified as 100% historically correct.

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Pearl Harbor - The USS Utah & USS Arizona Revisited RECOMMENDED

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Rated: Unrated
Director: Tim Csabanyi

Movie-Mix Productions is proud to present The USS Utah & The USS Arizona Revisited. Two ships have remained at Pearl Harbor since the surprise attack on December 7, 1941. The USS Utah & The USS Arizona Revisited will take you back in time when the ships were part of America's powerful Navy. Listen to seven survivors talk about their day in history and how they survived the destruction of their ships. You will see historic film footage and photographs shot by military personnel during and after the attack. We will also visit the USS Utah and USS Arizona Memorials and the USS Arizona Museum.  This superb video has been reviewed by The National Park Service at The USS Arizona Memorial and was certified as 100% historically correct.


 

Tora! Tora! Tora! (1970)

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Rated: G
Starring: Martin Balsam, S Yamamura, et al.
Director: Toshio Masuda, Richard Fleischer

"Sir, there's a large formation of planes coming in from the north, 140 miles, 3 degrees east." "Yeah? Don't worry about it." This is just one of the many mishaps chronicled in Tora! Tora! Tora! The epic film shows the bombing of Pearl Harbor from both sides in the historic first American-Japanese coproduction: American director Richard Fleischer oversaw the complicated production (the Japanese sequences were directed by Toshio Masuda and Kinji Fukasaku, after Akira Kurosawa withdrew from the film), wrestling a sprawling story with dozens of characters into a manageable, fairly easy-to-follow film. Read more

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Pearl Harbor - Two Hours That Changed the World (1991)

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Rated: NR
Starring:  ABC News, et al.

Book Description
Reviewer: Brad Peters, Riverside, CA
This is a truly well-done presentation of the attack on Pearl Harbor. Made for television, it is viewer friendly, not an academic, scholarly treatment that will lose all but the college-educated. This is not to say that the information is watered down or diluted. Rather, it is simply a well-orchestrated video story of Pearl Harbor, as told through the voices of those who lived it.

 

Pearl Harbor - December 7, 1941 (Commemorative Edition 5-Pack)

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VHS
Rated:  NR
Director:  Frank Capra

Customer reviewer: ORI IDAN, from Israel:
With the 60'th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor in sight, It was inevitable that a special DVD edition regarding that event would be published. This "commemorative edition" DVD is an adequate addition to any WWII personal library. The 5 DVD's included on this set, feature 12 documentaries with a total running time of 7 hours. It seems the producers insisted on this set being unforgettable, for after 7 hours of footage one will find it hard to shake visions of Zero's flying outside his/hers living room window. The mass of the film can be exhausting at times, as you happen to watch the same scenes over and over again in different documentaries. However, this is only a minor fault, for you will find here several documentaries that are exceptionally good films: The 1961 "KAMIKAZE" - Is a retrospective on the pacific war. The 1945 "KNOW YOUR ENEMY", directed by FRANK CAPRA - Is a masterpiece of a propaganda film. "IWO JIMA", "OKINAWA" - are first rate war films. It is obvious that this compilation of 12 documentaries could not have been edited into a consistent, chronologically ordered set of films, keeping in mind that these films are of different kinds and sources. However, one gets a complete picture of the Pacific scene before during and after world war II. As for the quality of the DVD itself, I did not find any added value in the special features: the trivia quiz, slideshow, biography and newspaper excerpts. No sound remastering work was done in the making of the set, thus for 7 hours we get an authentic 1940's sound quality. Although some might claim it to be a virtue, I found it disturbing, especially as no English caption is available. Overall, though not a brilliant, History Channel like DVD set, It is a must be for all those WWII buffs like myself. --This text refers to the DVD edition.

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Sacrifice at Pearl Harbor (2001)

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VHS
Rated: NR
Starring: Sacrifice at Pearl Harbor, Addison Bell, et al.

From the Back Cover:
In this authoritative and suspenseful documentary, the BBC takes you inside the secret activities of the Americans, the British and the Japanese as each nation moved fatefully toward the "date that will live in infamy.

 

Pearl Harbor - December 7, 1941 (Commemorative Edition) (2000)

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Director: Frank Capra

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The History Channel Presents Pearl Harbor

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This History Channel production provides an in-depth look at the Japanese attack on the American Pacific fleet in Pearl Harbor on the fateful day of December 7, 1941. The documentary begins by providing a background to the eventual conflict in the Pacific, noting how Japan had been waging a war of conquest in China since the early 1930s. As a power struggle with the U.S. loomed on the horizon, the Japanese built a formidable navy marked by an innovative utilization of carrier-based aircraft. Special attention is given to Admiral Yamamoto, who had studied at Harvard and admired America but vigorously planned the assault on America's naval might. The attack on the morning of December 7 is explained tactically, and films shot at Pearl Harbor during the Sunday morning air raid, including shots of the massive explosion triggered by a bomb hit on the battleship USS Arizona, provide dramatic proof of how devastating the attack was. Personal stories of the battle are recalled in interviews with veterans from both sides. Various revisionist theories about how America had warning of the attack and sacrificed Pearl Harbor are quickly dismissed, and a closing segment focuses on Japanese and American veterans who have reconciled at a reunion (and some American vets who would have no part of that). An additional documentary provides a biography of Admiral Chester Nimitz, who rebuilt the U.S. Pacific fleet following Pearl Harbor, and a bonus program features brief biographies of other American commanders in the Pacific. --Robert J. McNamara --This text refers to the DVD edition.

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