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Flippy Warbear

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#11 13 years ago

Wish you could get this one on DVD easily, and PAL version of course with english subtitles.




Flippy Warbear

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#12 13 years ago
Flippy Warbear;3363034Wish you could get this one on DVD easily, and PAL version of course with english subtitles.

Sorry about double posting but I couldnt edit my post anymore, the 30 min limit was up.

Anyways, I found the movie with region 3 code and english subtitles. Im gonna order it right away. :)




Niebler

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#13 13 years ago

Could always check bittorrent :P




Flippy Warbear

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#14 13 years ago

Some of us just likes their movies legal. :p




Soujiro

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#15 13 years ago

You can always rip the DVD... then put English subtitle over it.




RexRaptor

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#16 13 years ago
Flippy Warbear;3364247Some of us just likes their movies legal. :p

Moral Highground = worthless.




Fuzzy Bunny

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#17 13 years ago
snotvod;3362980Cool, i didn't know the main guns could fire flak rounds too.

Ya -- the "San Shiki" (beehive) Model 13 fired 3,000 (2,998) lbs shells filled with 900 incendiary rubber thermite tubes and 600 steel stays, on a time fuze that set the shell off in a 20 degree forward angle. According to a site I found, "Instantly after detonating, the shell itself was destroyed by a bursting charge, increasing the quantity of steel splinters. The incendiary tubes ignited about half a second later and burned for five seconds at 3000 degrees C, producing a flame about 16ft (m) long."

The beehive was a failure because it tore hell out of the 18" main guns' rifling and didn't do much against attacking aircraft; depending on your source, it was either intended as a last-ditch weapon or just badly designed. http://www.ww2guide.com/flak.shtml

Also see 105mm US "beehive" artillery rounds.




Moose12

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#18 13 years ago

Guenter, the movie only in Japanese? I trust you'll translate the script for us and leave it on the 130 forums :). Anybody seen the German movie about stalingrad? a fairly recent big budget movie about Stalingrad, heard it was good.




Fuzzy Bunny

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#19 13 years ago

Yeah, pretty good and a real bummer.

As for the Yamato flick, it just occurs to me that instead of the stupid beehive rounds, they should have just fired off the Wave Motion Gun

*runs*




Fuzzy Bunny

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#20 13 years ago

Follow-up: Just saw that a film called "letters from Iwo Jima" is coming out in 2007, that tells the story of the battle from the Japanese side.

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0498380/