Here are a couple of related minor entries in the list of movies with model ships in them.
The few miniature shots in each are not particularly noteworthy given the low budget nature of a movie version of a popular TV sitcom from the mid 1960's.
Friday, 29 December 2017
McHales Navy 1964 and McHales Navy Joins the Air Force 1965
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I think there are more Japanese aircraft carriers in that "aerial" shot than there were in the whole Imperial Japanese Navy.ReplyDelete