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Tora! Tora! Tora! (1970)
Starring: Martin Balsam, Joseph Cotten, E.G. Marshall, Tatsuya Mihashi, Jason Robards, Koreya Senda, Takahiro Tamura, Eijiro Tono, James Whitmore, Soh Yamamura
Director: Richard Fleischer, Kinji Fukasuka, Toshio Masuda
Category: Action / Adventure, Classic
Studio: 20th Century Fox
English, Spanish
145 mins



The Day of Infamy that should never have been.

Tora! Tora! Tora! Is the Japanese signal to attack - and the movie meticulously recreates the attack on Pearl Harbor and the events leading up to it. Opening scenes contrast the American and Japanese positions. Japanese imperialists decide to stage the attack. Top U.S. brass ignore its possibility. Intercepted Japanese messages warn of it - but never reach F.D.R.'s desk. Radar warnings are disregarded. Even the entrapment of a Japanese submarine in Pearl Harbor before the attack goes unreported. Ultimately the Day of infamy arrives - in the most spectacular , gut-wrenching cavalcade of action-packed footage ever. It's the most dazzling recreation of America's darkest day - and some of her finest hours.