Now it can be shown!: Pearl Harbor, December 7, 1941
Fox Movietone News Story 48-78...48-81
Fox Movietone News vol. 25 no. 27.
1941-12-07 to 1941-12-12
1942-12-09 to 1942-12-09
One year after the attack on Pearl Harbor, Movietone News is allowed by navy censors to release in full, for first time, cameraman Al Brick's exclusive coverage of the Japanese attack. Convoy at sea. Explosions. Battleships USS "Arizona", "Tennessee", and "West Virginia" burning after Japanese aerial bombardment. USS "Maryland" damaged. Warship "Oklahoma" capsized. "Nevada" beached. Long shot of Ford Island. Footage of wrecked airplanes. Destroyed planes at Hickam Field. Planes being repaired. Pan airplanes. "Tennessee" being repaired in background. Deck of the "Nevada." Water being pumped from the "California." Refloating the minelayer "Oglala." "West Virginia" in drydock. At sea. "California" being towed. Leaving port. Sailors aboard the "Nevada". Battleships firing guns. Al Brick arriving in U. S. says, "We won't be satisfied until we slap the Japs right off the map."
Pearl Harbor (Hawaii), Attack on, 1941.
World War, 1939-1945.
Pearl Harbor (Hawaii)
Filmed between December 7 and 12, 1941.
Fox Movietone News (Production unit). Alfred Dillimtash Brick (Camera operator). United States. Navy. Pacific Fleet (Camera operator).
Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation
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