PG | | Thriller, War
An aircraft factory worker goes on the run after being wrongly accused of starting a fire that killed his best friend.
There actually was a U.S.S. Alaska. She was the first of two ships in the Alaska class. She was designated CB-1, and was a heavy cruiser. She was ordered in 1940, and laid down in 1941. She was launched in 1943, and served with distinction in the Pacific until the end of the war. The other Alaska class cruiser was the U.S.S. Guam. Four more ships in this class were planned, but never built, when the war ended in 1945.
Patricia "Pat" Martin:
I'm afraid we're not behaving very well.
Barry Kane: What's the difference, we're not invited anyway.
When Pat is trying to stall Fry in the Statue of Liberty she asks "Where's Brooklyn?" He points toward the right. Brooklyn is toward the left from where they were standing.
Rather than finishing with "The End", the word "Finis" appears. This is perhaps an allusion to the fall of France, which is referred to in Pat's conversation with Fry inside the Statue of Liberty.
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