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Pearl Harbor (movie)

Pearl Harbor is the title of a war film released in the summer of 2001 by Walt Disney Pictures. It was a dramatic re-creation of the Battle of Pearl Harbor, and it was produced by the team of Jerry Bruckheimer[?] and Michael Bay[?], who had previously been involved with such loud, action-packed blockbusters as Armageddon and The Rock.

The movie cost approximately $140 million to produce, and it earned about $200 million in domestic gross. This was considered to be a disappointment, due to the accounting methods used to determine the net profit made by motion pictures.



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