People listen to the song 'God Bless America' sung by singer Kate Smith in the United States.
United States USA Date:1943 Duration:5 min 31 sec Sound:Yes
An American feature film 'This is The Army' depicts a performance by singer Kate Smith at the 21st anniversary of the armistice of World War I. Animated map shows Europe with fire in Poland. A man announces the name of Kate Smith on the stage, and noting the 21 anniversary of Armistice Day. Kate Smith sings the song 'God Bless America' to orchestral accompaniment. People watch the performance. An old man listens to the song, standing in front of his shop 'The Bugle Call.' He dusts a radio with a feather duster and then goes inside and removes a bugle from a case labeled, ' Yip! Yip! Yaphank! 1918 ' At the Twardofsky business across the street, a man puts a small American flag into a basket. People listen to the song in their houses and buildings. A man seated at his desk listens to the song while studying. A woman looks at the photograph of a soldier, named Blake. Blake is then depicted listening to the same Kate Smith performance over a radio while stationed at Hickam Field in Hawaii. Characters Jerry Jones and Johnny Jones, played by actors George Murphy and Ronald Reagan are seen at the Jones and Jones production office. They listen to the radio. The character played by Ronald Reagan reads Variety Magazine.
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