Pearl Harbor : the movie and the moment photo foreword by Jerry Bruckheimer ; introduction by Michael Bay ; preface by Randall Wallace ; edited by Linda Sunshine and Antonio Felix.Material type: TextSeries: A Newmarket pictorial moviebookNew York : Hyperion, c2001Description: 176 pages : color illustrations ; 27 cmISBN: 0786867809Subject(s): Pearl Harbor (Motion picture) | Pearl Harbor (Hawaii), Attack on, 1941LOC classification: PN 1997.P38 | .P316 2001Online resources: Publisher description
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A lavishly illustrated book about the most infamous day in World War II history -- including stunning color photos from Jerry Bruckheimer's epic film, "Pearl Harbor." December 7, 1941, was arguably the most devastating day in American history. Now that infamous day, the events leading up to it, and its aftermath have been re-created in a film that is one of the most memorable depictions of a crucial moment in American history. Directed by Michael Bay and produced by Jerry Bruckheimer, and starring Ben Affleck, Cuba Gooding, Jr., and Alec Baldwin, Pearl Harbor, the movie, explores the lives of two daring young pilots whose worlds are drastically altered by the events leading up to America's involvement in World War II. This gorgeously illustrated companion volume brilliantly captures the movie and the history it celebrates. Filled with nearly 200 images, including four-color movie stills, candid shots, storyboards, sketches, and maps, this book offers something for every movie and history buff.
Includes bibliographical references.