This is the set of 46 war movies, training films, and documentaries that chronicle how Hollywood's greatest stars have aided U.S. war efforts since the 1940s. In this 18-disc collection preserved by the National Archives, screen luminaries like Ronald Reagan, Katharine Hepburn, and Clark Gable underscore America's patriotism and determination in cinematic works intended to boost morale and prepare soldiers for war. Many films in this set won Academy Awards for their documentary approach to war, from John Ford's Pearl Harbor classic "December 7th" (1943) to "A Year Toward Tomorrow" (1966), narrated by Paul Newman. Jimmy Stewart, John Wayne, and Ginger Rogers lend their voices to films about every aspect of war, from desert survival and B-17 operation to the contributions of women and African Americans. Twenty four hours of footage. Box: 11" H x 8" W x 2" D. (3 lbs.)
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