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Dangerous missions. One hour over Tokyo, the Doolittle raid

Author: Greg DeHartVincent MondilloNorman StahlD Paul ThomasRodd HoustonAll authors
Publisher: [United States?] : History Channel Club, ©2005.
Edition/Format:   DVD video : EnglishView all editions and formats
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One hour over Tokyo. In the aftermath of Pearl Harbor, Commander Jimmy Doolittle came up with a bold plan to get a measure of revenge on Japan while raising American morale. 80 airmen volunteered for the top-secret, one-way mission into enemy territory, which required launching army bombers from an aircraft carrier and attacking Tokyo. Here, the raid comes to life through the words of some of the survivors. Filmed
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Genre/Form: DVD-Video discs
Biographical films
Documentary films
Biography
Personal narratives
Named Person: James Harold Doolittle; James Harold Doolittle
Material Type: Videorecording
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Greg DeHart; Vincent Mondillo; Norman Stahl; D Paul Thomas; Rodd Houston; Carroll V Glines; History Channel (Television network); History Channel Club.
OCLC Number: 83245264
Notes: Title from disc.
Includes bonus material. Jimmy Doolittle: king of the sky. (c1999).
"American history archives"--Container.
Credits: One hour over Tokyo. Col. Carroll V. Glines, historical consultant.
Jimmy Doolittle, king of the sky. Vincent Mondillo, producer ; Norman Stahl, writer.
Cast: One hour over Tokyo. D. Paul Thomas, narrator.
Jimmy Doolittle, king of the sky. Rodd Houston, narrator.
Description: 1 videodisc : sound, color, with B & W segments ; 4 3/4 in.
Details: DVD.
Other Titles: Jimmy Doolittle, king of the sky.
One hour over Tokyo, the Doolittle raid
Doolittle raid
Responsibility: written and produced by Greg DeHart ; the History Channel.

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One hour over Tokyo. In the aftermath of Pearl Harbor, Commander Jimmy Doolittle came up with a bold plan to get a measure of revenge on Japan while raising American morale. 80 airmen volunteered for the top-secret, one-way mission into enemy territory, which required launching army bombers from an aircraft carrier and attacking Tokyo. Here, the raid comes to life through the words of some of the survivors. Filmed at the 2001 reunion of the Doolittle Raiders, they talk about their legendary commander, their historic mission, the pact they made ... and the role of the goblets and cognac.

Jimmy Doolittle: king of the sky. He stood about 5'4" and weighed 145 pounds. But he was a giant in his field who disproved his own name time and again. Jimmy Doolittle did more to advance aviation than anyone since the Wright Brothers. Profile of WWII pilot James Harold Doolittle. Filled with archival footage and interviews with those who knew him.

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