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Friday, April 14, 2000



Hollywood bombs
Pearl Harbor

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By Dennis Oda, Star-Bulletin
Pearl Harbor was under attack again as movie-makers
yesterday re-created the Dec. 7, 1941, Japanese attack
that brought America into World War II. The filming
of "Pearl Harbor" has been going on for two weeks.



By Dennis Oda, Star-Bulletin
The largest explosion in the filming so far,
above, and the aftermath, below.


By Dennis Oda, Star-Bulletin
Japanese 'Kate' torpedo planes buzz warships that the Navy
has anchored in Pearl Harbor's Middle Loch for more
scenes. The eagerly anticipated film is budgeted for
$135 million -- much of the money going up in
smoke for footage filmed this week.


Tapa


By Dean Sensui. Starbulletin.com
A Starbulletin.com special video report on the
filming of the movie "Pearl Harbor."
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By Dean Sensui. Starbulletin.com
A series of huge fireballs erupt from four mothballed Navy ships
parked side-by-side at West Loch (from the video).



By Dean Sensui. Starbulletin.com
A Japanese torpedo plane skims the surface of West Loch,
Pearl Harbor in the video.


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