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Great Raid, The  
Release Date:
8/12/2005
Studio:
Miramax
Rating:
R
Length:
172
Overall Score:
2.42
Reviewers' Comments:
Although the soldiers in The Great Raid lit up the night with gunfire and some pro tobacco messages, in this case the tobacco use was shown for historical accuracy and the film received a neutral perceived message. MT & CJ
Director:
Dahl, John
Producer(s):
Bender, Lawrence     Katz, Marty        
Writer(s):
Bernard, Carlo
Miro, Doug

Editor:
Chestnut, Scott
Prop Master:
Downing, Ron
Smoking Incidents:
50+
Where:
Workplace          
Outdoors:
POW camp, around camp, outdoor villages,jungle
Other:
Who Around:
Non-smoking Adult    
Where On The Set:
 
Brand Shown 1:
Used by:
No. of Times:
How Depicted:
Brand Shown 2:
Used by:
No. of Times:
How Depicted:
Lead:         Credited Non-star:         Extra:
Actor Star Power Tobacco Type Age Ethnicity Gender Role
Bratt, Benjamin Star Pipe 30+ Caucasian Male Good Guy
Fiennes, Joseph Credited Non-Star Cigar 20-30 Caucasian Male Good Guy
Yamaguchi, Masa Credited Non-Star Cigarette 30+ Asian Male Bad Guy
Izumihara, Yutaka Credited Non-Star Cigarette 30+ Asian Male Bad Guy
Dye, Dale Credited Non-Star Cigar 30+ Caucasian Male Good Guy
Non IMDb (20+) Extra Cigarette 30+ Caucasian Male
Kobayashi, Motoki Credited Non-Star Cigarette 30+ Asian Male Bad Guy
Non IMDb Extra Cigarette 20-30 Asian Male
Anti-Tobacco Message 1:



Anti-Tobacco Message 2:
Sexy: Sexy: A Celebration: Wealth/Power: B/C Cool:
Independent/Unique: Rebellion: Tension/Stress: A/C Relaxation: Habit/Addiction: A/C
Bad Guy: A Loser: Other: Neutral:  
Other Comments:
Overall:
Neutral
Extent:
6
Overall:
6
Perceived:
2
Where People Smoke:
3
Special Circumstances:

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