Movie: 1941


1941

Storyline:

Hysteria grips California in the wake of the bombing of Pearl Harbor. An assorted group of defenders attempt to make the coast defensible against an imagined Japanese invasion, in this big budget, big cast comedy. Members of a Japanese submarine crew scout out the madness, along with a Captain in Germany’s Kriegsmarine (Navy).

Released:  1979

Director:  Steven Spielberg

Writers:  Robert Zemeckis, Bob Gale, John Milius

Music:  John Williams

Genre:  Action, Comedy, War

Cast:  Dan Aykroyd, Ned Beatty, John Belushi, Lorraine Gary, Christopher Lee, Tim Matheson, Toshirô Mifune, Warren Oates, Robert Stack, Treat Williams, Nancy Allen, Lucille Benson, John Candy, Elisha Cook Jr., Eddie Deezen, Bobby Di Cicco, Patti LuPone, J. Patrick McNamara, Frank McRae, Slim Pickens, Wendie Jo Sperber, Lionel Stander, Jo Flaherty, Audrey Landers, Mickey Rourke – just to name a few…


My friend Erin invited me to guest post on her blog. She has lots of interesting topics and/or blog posts coming. Typical topics: Bob Ross, Sherlock, music, movies – just to name a few. If you remember my short story ‘The Hawk at the Harbour’, you may also remember the beautiful photos. Erin’s photos inspired me to write this story.

To learn more about Steven Spielberg’s movie ‘1941’, please visit my guest post over at Erin’s blog.
http://nerdycanuck.wordpress.com/2014/08/26/movie-1941/

 

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3 thoughts on “Movie: 1941

  1. Pingback: Arsenic and Old Lace (1944) | Best Of

    • Thank you very much, Erin. 🙂
      I’ve watched it at least eight times so far. I even bought the DVD (only available in the US). The TV version shown in Europe is a little shorter.

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