The Straight and Narrow

September 1944
New Republic;9/11/44, Vol. 111 Issue 11, p309
Focuses on war time documentaries and songs. Release of a competent entertainment by British Office of Information about the history of the song, "Lili Marlene," which became the most popular war song of the Nazi soldiers. Discussion of examples of movie-making by service film units "Meet MacGonegal," and "To the Ladies"; Details of thriller instruction film "Resisting Enemy Interrogation,"; Information on short show "Welcome to Britain."


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