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- bushpilot-gMar 12, 2016by
A genuine classic. A must-see, must-have movie for your individual collection. Entertaining and super funny! Enjoy!
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- tmarriott01aolJan 02, 2014by
"One big laugh".
A group of the best writers and actors put together this outrageously funny movie. This is one of those fast paced crazy fun Movies with wild Music and Dance. The year is 1941 and the War has arrived by way of "Japanese Submarine" just off the coast of Los Angeles. The insane use of military equipment and man power will have you on the edge. This is truly a funny, funny Movie.
- sr120guyJul 28, 2015by
No need to check for stilts. This is the real deal.
Hollywood!!! :-D A must have for your DVD collection.
A classic. Though I heard that 1942 was the big year for the war. ;-)
- castiron64Apr 02, 2007by
1941 with John Belushi
I loved this movie. The music was great and correct for the year 1941. The P40A was painted and marked correctly for the time period and so was the General Grant army Tank. I loved the scene where John Belushi side slipped his P40A down to a landing on that narrow road at the gasoline station. Also loved the scene where Belushi flew his plane down in the Grand Canyon sloshed down his coke and did a barrel roll as he flew out of the canyon. Each character was funny in their own way. Lorraine Gray could not have been cutier. I have no complaints about the movie. I can watch it over and over. My wife thinks I am crazy, but that is ok. She just don't know how the appreciate the finer things in life.
- gabriel77hNov 17, 2010by
How california won WWII
I watch this movie when it first came out .... it was funny then it is even funnier now. The premise for the whole movie is when the only attack on US soil during WWII was in Southern California, Los Angeles , during the zootsuits riots. The movie is kind of factual in the events that took place during WWII but gets kind of wild as the writer includes his version of what happen that night. But it in the southern california los angeles way we get involved in the battle.... I quote Captin:'Do you see any Planes' gunner: ' No, but we're shooting at them.' The funny thing is I kind of want to find out some of the facts in the movie.. for instance did the japanese sub get lost because they could not create a compus? Was it really called hollywoodland. Did the shells from the sub that attack US soil really attack a amusment park..this is good clean fun .... good for the whole family ...well as long as they are over ten.Read full review