U.S. Marine Corps film and photograph floods, war, and the damage caused by it in the Pacific Theater during World War II.
Pacific Theater Date:1944 Duration:1 min 39 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Film 'Sunset in the Pacific' shows United States Marine Corps photographers taking pictures and filming motion pictures in the Pacific Theater during World War II. Night view of a huge explosion. Two photographers shoot still pictures from behind a rock. Marines advance on beachhead. Combat photographer with a 35 mm movie camera crawls over ground and into a trench. Flood waters flow through a valley, smashing into homes and shacks. Photographers shoot stills with speed graphic. Civilian photographers take pictures of an ongoing American Legion Parade in New York City. Legionaries march with the American flag in hand. Two photographers take pictures of couples dancing in a ballroom. Band plays in the background. Sailor watches as chief photographer explains working of 35mm movie camera.
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