Actor Dick Powell composes and sings "The Road is Open Again" for the National Recovery Administration
United States USA Date:1933 Duration:6 min 28 sec Sound:Yes
Framed photographs of Presidents George Washington, Abraham Lincoln and Woodrow Wilson on a wall. A song writer writes a song on behalf of the National Recovery Administration (NRA). He falls asleep while writing the song. As he "dreams" actors portraying Washington, Lincoln and Wilson appear in his room asking him why he wants to write such a song and they're reassuring him that Franklin Delano Roosevelt is the right way. When he starts singing his new song, he finds himself alone, but he knows that the Franklin Delano Roosevelt will lead the USA back on the road to prosperity. He sings "The Road is Open Again". Film is a National Recovery Administration propaganda piece during the Great Depression.
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