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Tora! Tora! Tora! - A Few Years Too Early
During one of the scenes where there are planes seen flying over a large white cross, you should notice that the cross doesn't belong there, because it was built as a memorial for the people that died during the attack on Pearl Harbor. So, therefore, how can a movie based on the events leading up to the attack have memorials for something that didn't happen yet?
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Tmbo on 08-08-2001
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Michael writes:
When the character Martin Balsam plays is flying into Pearl, he's conversing with a fellow officer (Marshall?) about security misgivings, yet the camera angle is from outside the plane and there are no windows in it! I can't recall any metal-fuselage planes that had no windows, especially any that would traverse the Pacific.
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