Humphrey Bogart hosts a fundraising film feature profiling the work of the Red Cross during World War 2
European Theater Date:1944 Duration:3 min 14 sec Sound:Yes
"Report from the Front" with Humphrey Bogart. Bogart emerges from a plane with his wife, Mayo Methot, and presents a film advertisement describing services of the American Red Cross to U.S. soldiers during World War II. He concludes by appealing to viewers in the theater to make a donation to the Red Cross. Clip shows scenes from the front during World War II. U.S. soldier firing a rifle. U.S. artillery firing. U.S. Army soldiers benefiting from services of the Red Cross during the war. Air crew on an airfield visits a Red Cross Club Mobile and receives coffee and donuts. Views of Red Cross rest clubs, care facilities, field offices including the exterior building and sign of the "American Red Cross Columbia Service Club", GIs in relaxation lounges, dances, dining rooms and views of food preparation, airmen in a reading room, negro GIs gathered reading newspapers. Soldiers playing pool (billiards) and ping pong to relax. Men learning skills like basket making and weaving on a loom while recuperating from injuries. American prisoners of war with the hands up, being guarded by a Japanese soldier. Wounded U.S. Army soldier receiving blood in the field. Injured on stretchers being moved into tents.
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