U.S. Army movies are loaded on and transported by ships, airplanes, dog sleds and camels to remote areas during World War II
United States USA Date:1943 Duration:2 min 45 sec Sound:Yes
Distribution of motion pictures to U.S. Military units during World War II. Men work in an office of overseas motion picture service in New York. Men tying a document related to shipment of films. Men discuss amongst themselves. The films are placed in wooden cases for shipment. Animated map shows various locations. An airplane in flight. Men unload the wooden cases from the airplane. A ship docked in a harbor. Men gather near the ship. A man enters a building in New Delhi, India. A sign outside the building reads: 'India Film Exchange Film Library'. A sign outside other building reads: 'Special Service Section'. Men stand outside the building. A car arrives near the building. The films are transported to remote areas with the help of dog sleds and camels.
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