December Trailer

December Trailer (1991)

06 December 1991 Drama 93 mins

In December of 1941, five teenage boys at a New England prep school hear the news of the bombing of Pearl Harbor and realize their lives are going to be changed forever. Released in 1991.

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Wil Wheaton

as Kipp Gibbs

Jason London

as Russell Littlejohn

Brian Krause

as Tim Mitchell

Chris Young

as Stuart Brayton

Balthazar Getty

as Allister Gibbs

Robert Miller

as Headmaster Thurston

Ann Hartfield

as Mrs. Langley

Soren Bailey

as Billy Wade


Gabe Torres


International Titles

An Innocent War Trailer

A háború árnyékában Trailer

International Releases Dates

United States 06 December 1991

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