Tora! Tora! Tora! Trailer & Clips


Tora! Tora! Tora! full movie is released on Sep 23, 1970. Watch Tora! Tora! Tora! online - the English Action movie from Japan. Tora! Tora! Tora! is directed by Richard Fleischer,Kinji Fukasaku,Toshio Masuda,Akira Kurosawa and created by Larry Forrester with Martin Balsam and Sô Yamamura. Tora! Tora! Tora! is available online on Apple iTunes and Amazon Video.

This dramatic retelling of the Pearl Harbor attack details everything in the days that led up to that tragic moment in American history. As United States and Japanese relations strain over the U.S. embargo of raw materials, Air Staff Officer Minoru Genda (Tatsuya Mihashi) plans the preemptive strike against the United States. Although American intelligence agencies intercept Japanese communications hinting at the attack, they are unwilling to believe such a strike could ever occur on U.S. soil.

As know as:

¡Tora! ¡Tora! ¡Tora!, Η εποποιία του Περλ Χάρμπορ, トラ・トラ・トラ!, Die Schlacht, die die Welt in Brand setzte, Тора! Тора! Тора!

Release Date:

Sep 23, 1970

Release Date (Streaming):

Nov 07, 2000


Japan, United States


English, Japanese

Stream Service:

20th Century Fox

Production Companies:

Twentieth Century Fox, Elmo Williams, Richard Fleischer


The incredible attack on Pearl Harbor., From 20th Century Fox. The most spectacular film ever made., The incredible attack on Pearl Harbor as told from both the American and Japanese sides., The most spectacular film ever made.


Variety Staff
Both overall director Richard Fleischer and his Japanese counterparts do a dull job, and the monotonously low-key tone of scene after scene almost suggests that each was filmed without a sense of ultimate slotting in the finished form.
by rottentomatoes, Jul 08, 2008
Clark Collis
Empire Magazine
This big-budget, noble-but-dull account of the run up to Pearl Harbour is high on historical veracity but low on drama.
by rottentomatoes, Dec 30, 2006
Vincent Canby
New York Times
As history, it seems a fairly accurate account of what happened, although it never much bothers its head about why. As film art, it is nothing less than a $25-million irrelevancy.
by rottentomatoes, May 09, 2005

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