Episode 71: Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo (1944)

Episode 71

How does one sell a war picture during said war? Some say you throw in a love story on top of one of the most important missions to have happened thus far. On today’s episode Ben, Adam, and John do not have the medicine to ease the pain, as they review this 1944 drama! Come […]

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How does one sell a war picture during said war? Some say you throw in a love story on top of one of the most important missions to have happened thus far. On today’s episode Ben, Adam, and John do not have the medicine to ease the pain, as they review this 1944 drama!

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John Roderick, Adam Pranica, and Benjamin Ahr Harrison are exploring titles from the entire history of cinema about every war, big and bigger. They discuss filmmaking, geopolitical history, nerd out about uniforms and equipment, and crack wise the entire time. To the victor go the spoiler alerts!

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