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Tuesday, 22 May, 2001, 13:06 GMT 14:06 UK
In pictures: Pearl Harbor première
Disney converted aircraft carrier John C Stennis into an outdoor cinema for one night for the $5m (£3.5m) première of World War II blockbuster, Pearl Harbor.

Kate Beckinsale and Ben Affleck
The $140m (£97m) movie's stars Ben Affleck and Kate Beckinsale

Survivor Richard Fiske
Survivor Richard Fiske plays the military hymn Taps at the end of the world première

The stars of Pearl Harbor
The stars applaud lead actor Ben Affleck as he is presented to the audience

Tom Sizemore and Dan Ackroyd
Actors Tom Sizemore and Dan Ackroyd get on down at the party on the carrier

James King
Model-turned-actress James King plays a nurse in the film

Josh Hartnett
Josh Hartnett plays the pilot who completes the love triangle with Beckinsale and Affleck

Faith Hill
Country singer Faith Hill sings There You'll Be, the theme song for the film

Cary Hioyuki Tagawa and Calen
Actor Cary Hioyuki Tagawa plays Japanese Commander Genda with his son Calen

Cuba Gooding Jr
Actor Cuba Gooding Jr dances a hula for the press after boarding the USS John C Stennis

Michael Bay and Jerry Bruckheimer
Director-producer Michael Bay and producer Jerry Bruckheimer are joined by their partners

F-15 fighter jets
F-15 fighter jets flew in a missing man formation to honour those killed in the attack
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