Director: Richard Fleischer Toshio Masuda Kinji Fukasaku Starring: Jason Robards Sô Yamamura Martin Balsam
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The incredible attack on Pearl Harbor as told from both the American and Japanese sides.
|The bombing of pearl harbor is presented from both the american and japanese viewpoints with some fantastic action scenes.|
"Well-documented and realistic... VideoHound's Golden Moview Retriever
Editor's NoteA Japanese-American co-production, director Richard Fleischer (SOYLENT GREEN) and two Japanese directors put together this ultrarealistic account of the bombing of Pearl Harbor as presented from the perspectives of both nations, as diplomatic tensions rise between the two countries. While the Japanese military plans its attack on American military installations, the American forces nearly stumble into a much greater calamity due to a series of errors and mistakes. As the two sides plunge closer to war, the tension escalates until the final, spectacular air raid, the most realistic ever filmed. This ITA award winner has a fabulous cast, including Martin Balsam, Joseph Cotten, Jason Robards, James Whitmore, and E.G. Marshall.
Cast & Crew
|Jason Robards, Jr.|
|Inoue Chikaya, et al. - Editor|
|Jerry Goldsmith - Musical Score|
|Larry Forrester, et al. - Screenplay|
|Osamu Furuya, et al. - Director of Photography|
|Otto Lang - Producer|
|Richard Day, et al. - Production Designer|
|Richard Fleischer, et al. - Director|
|Carl Biddiscombe, et al., Nominee, Best Art Direction-Set Decoration|
|Herman Lewis, et al., Nominee, Best Sound|
|Inoue Chikaya, et al., Nominee, Best Film Editing|
American Cinema Editors, USA (1971)
|Inoue Chikaya, et al., Nominee, Best Edited Feature Film|
|L.B. Abbott, A.D. Flowers, Winner, Best Effects, Special Visual Effects|
|Osamu Furuya, et al., Nominee, Best Cinematography|