Operation Hollywood

“In the late 1920s, the American War Department created an office to act as a bridge between the motion picture industry and the armed forces.”

Have your favorite movies been censored or meddled with by the Pentagon?

Since the 80’s, and the success of “Top Gun”, Hollywood has increased its production of big budget war movies, using military bases, submarines and aircraft carriers that the armed forces have generously made available to the studios. In exchange, the Pentagon’s experts vet hundreds of screenplays each year.

Using lots of movie clips, Operation Hollywood explores this cozy relationship, and questions the wisdom of letting the Pentagon use movies to promote the U.S. army’s image.  (Excerpt from main website)

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