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America's darkest day Pearl Harbor
Brutsman, Bud.
[DVD version].
Publication Information:
[Place of publication not identified] : Channel 1000 : Disbributed by BCI Elcipse, 2001.
Physical Description:
1 videodisc (256 min.) : sound, black and white with color sequences ; 4 3/4 in.
"Pearl Harbor : America's darkest day" (2001) goes through various points in question regarding the December 7th, 1941 attack, such as: why were American troops caught completely off-guard?, and did President Roosevelt know the attack was coming? Also, shows actual Japanese footage of the events leading up to the brutal attack. "December 7th" (1943) is Hollywood's reconstruction of the events at Pearl Harbor on the day of the Japanese attack. Historically, the film is accurate in every detail. "Kamikaze" (1961) documents through Allied and Japanese newsreel film, the war in the Pacific from the attack on Pearl Harbor to the dropping of the atomic bomb on Hiroshima. Includes more Japanese footage from their home front. "Kill That Zero" includes actual cockpit dogfight footage, Japanese footage of aviators in training and the Zero under construction.
General Note:
Title from container and disc surface.
Pearl Harbor : America's darkest day (45 min.) / producer, Bud Brutsman ; director, Joseph Brutsman ; writer, Ken Resnick ; narrator, Brad Abrell ; military researcher/historian, Ray Smiljanic -- December 7th (33 min.) / United States War and Navy Departments ; director, John Ford -- Kamikaze (85 min.) / IRJA Films ; producer/writer, Perry Wolff ; narrator, Duncan Elliott -- Kill that zero! : the F6F Hellcat at war (39 min.) / writer/director, William L. Simon.
Added Title:
Pearl Harbor, America's darkest day.

December 7th.

December seventh.

John Ford's December 7th.


Kill that zero, the F6F Hellcat at war.

F6F Hellcat at war.
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D767.92 .A725 2001V Adult DVD Central Library

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