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Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo

Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo(1944)

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  • Actual footage of the B-25 Mitchell bombers taking off from the U.S.S. Hornet was used in the film.

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  • Holz (2009-02-24)

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    The scars visible on Van Johnson's forehead at the end of the film are not makeup, they're real. He was involved in a near-fatal car accident the previous year just after filming A Guy Named Joe (1943). The filmmakers chose to accentuate rather than hide these scars for the post-mission half of the movie, since his character Ted Lawson was quite banged up, too. They're particularly evident in the last scene of the movie when he's on the floor talking with his wife.

  • Holz (2009-10-14)

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    The "The Ruptured Duck" was the seventh of 16 B-25s to take off from the aircraft carrier USS Hornet.

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