U.S. soldiers watch a film at a foxhole theater and films made for workers by the Signal Corps during World War II.
United States USA Date:1944 Duration:1 min 55 sec Sound:Yes
The role and contribution of the U.S. Army Signal Corps in combat and war. Army Pictorial Service films including screen magazines and GI movies are delivered to war fronts in all Theaters during World War 2. An officer arrives in a jeep with the films. Officers and soldiers around tents at the base. Soldiers in camouflage rain coats and hats seated at a foxhole theater. The soldiers watch the latest Joan McCraken Broadway hit Bloomer Girl. Scenes from the film. US: Pictures shown to workers depict the use of products manufactured by them at the war fronts. A poster reads 'B-52 Super Bombers, Bell Aircraft'. Men working inside the Bell Aircraft Corporation plant in NY. Huge machinery, equipment and aircraft parts being manufactured. Workers near stands piled with equipment and parts. A foreign version of the films made for Chinese allies. A U.S. officer talks to soldiers. The film dubbed in Chineese.
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