Wartime Documentaries

Farber, Manny
February 1943
New Republic;2/15/43, Vol. 108 Issue 7, p211
Entertainment Review
Presents information on various war documentaries. Appreciation of the National Film Board of Canada for producing informative war documentaries; Comment on the documentary "Troop Train"; Information on a documentary made by the Hollywood, the U.S. motion picture industry, which describes hand-to-hand fighting techniques; Content of the documentary "The World in Action," written and edited by Stuart Legg; Description of some shots in "The Invasion of North Africa."


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