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"I Bombed Pearl Harbor"
1960
Directed by Shue Matsubayashi

Toshiro Mifune, "the Spencer Tracy of  Japan," stars in this multi-million-dollar, all-Japanese, Technicolor epic that holds the record for most ships destroyed per minute of film. Filmed 15 years after World War II, these are the events of the war seen through the eyes of the Japanese. The beautifully filmed battle scenes and realistic recreations of several of the Pacific theatre's most important battles make this especially interesting for history buffs. Color.  98 minutes.
 


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From:  "Fenris"
"My opinion is that it is a very good film, and a must for people interested in World War II aircraftmovies. The actors are excellent, and technically the film is as well done as it was possible at the time. Real aircraft are used only in a couple of brief scenes, but the modelwork is excellent, and several realistically looking full scale mock-ups of aircraft are used for the carrier scenes. A full scale carrier-deck with an "island"-superstructure was built on a seaside dock and looks very real. I recommend it."

 



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