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Monday, January 25, 2010

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nova9047

Shelter scene is especially significant, giving US movie-goers a first ever depiction of survival under aerial bombardment. IMO, it accounts for film's success as propoganda & at box office.

Kathy Zadrozny

That is a really good point. I wasnt aware that it was the first time such a scene was shown in US cinema.

-Kathy

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