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In Harm's Way

In Harm's Way(1965)

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Trivia

  • The naval battle sequences were done with models that were so large in scale (for the sake of greater detail) that they could be operated from the inside.
  • Early in the film, prior to the Pearl Harbor attack, the composer can be seen as the pianist signaling the orchestra to stop playing.

Contributions

  • Holz (2007-01-10)

    Source: TCM - Robert Osborne

    Kirk Douglas argued the ship models didn't look realistic without crewmembers visable.

  • Holz (2007-02-09)

    Source: http://www.geocities.com/fordm151/

    Many scenes make use of the M151 "Jeep" which wasn't produced until 1960. It's distinction from the real WWII Jeeps (the MB, GPW; manufactured by Willys & Ford from 1941 - 1945) are the grill slats which are sideways rather than vertical.

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