The film takes place in a 24-hour period from 6 A.M. December 13th, 1941 (six days after Pearl Harbor) to 6 A.M. December 14, 1941. The original theatrical release was on December 14, 1979. See more
When Kelso fires his machine guns while on the ground, the canopy on his plane is open, then closed, then we see him close it again. See more
On December 7, 1941, the Naval Air Arm of the Imperial Japanese Fleet, in a surprise attack, struck the United States Naval Base at Pearl Harbor and hurtled an unsuspecting America into World War II.
American citizens were stunned, shocked and outraged at this treacherous attack. On the West Coast, paranoia gripped the entire population as panic-stricken citizens were convinced that California was the next target of the Imperial Japanese Forces.
Major General Joseph W. Stilwell, ...
I'll Be Home for Christmas
Written by Kim Gannon, Walter Kent and Buck Ram
Performed by Bing Crosby See more