"Pearl Harbor, One Last Goodbye" - A documentary film capturing stories from survivors.

Six men, 70 years later, return to Hawaii to relive the memories of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. Ages 89-93, these Pearl Harbor survivors say "One Last Goodbye" to the friends they lost on December 7, 1941.

"Pearl Harbor One Last Goodbye" filmaker speaks out on "The Greatest Generation" and the making of "Pearl Harbor, One Last Goodbye."

Listen to Liz Watkins share the story of the making of "Pearl Harbor,One last Goodbye" and the effects of the war, the attack and the "Last Goodbye" on our six survivors. Liz was recently interviewed on 89.7 KCNV Nevada Public Radio.

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