America's Darkest Day: Pearl Harbor (DVD, 2001)

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December 7th, 1941 was to this day one of America's deadliest, most unforgettable days in history. The attack on Pearl Harbor still remains a topic of discussion and debate for many people. This video features over 3 1/2 hours of movies and documentaries on the fatal attack. AMERICA'S DARKEST DAY goes through various points in question regarding the attack, such as: Why were American troops caught completely off-guard?, and Did President Roosevelt know the attack was coming? Also see actual Japanese footage of the events leading up to the brutal attack. Bonus programs include: "December 7, 1941," a John Ford film that won an Academy Award for Best Short Subject in 1943; "Kill That Zero" includes actual cockpit dogfight footage, Japanese footage of aviators in training and the Zero under construction; and "Kamikaze," a 1961 black & white documentary which takes a further look into the suspicion that FDR knew about the attack early on. Also includes even more Japanese footage from their home front.

Film Notes
DVD Features:

Region 1
Snap Case
Full Frame - 1.33
Dolby Digital Stereo - English
Dolby Digital Mono - English
Interactive Features:
Menu Access

Format: DVD
Apr 2001
Not Rated
Recording Mode: Mono
Sound: Stereo
225 min.
B&W and Color
UPC: 787364417193
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