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We know that it is difficult to believe, but even the broad-shouldered, steely-hard men who toil daily over the content of this website cry like little girls when exposed to the 1944 home front movie, Since You Went Away; for our money it was the best movie Hollywood ever produced about the war years.

That said, we invite you to take a gander at the attached photo-essay from CLICK MAGAZINE in which a spy camera using infrared film was used to capture the weeping masses sobbing in the darkened theaters as they watched that remarkable movie.

More about W.W. II Hollywood can be read here.

Which Hollywood actors received draft deferments?

Click here to read a about a particularly persuasive and highly effective W.W. II training film...

Click here to read a few Japanese opinions about the movie Sands of Iwo Jima (1949)...


Tears in the Dark of the Theater (Click Magazine, 1944)

Tears in the Dark of the Theater (Click Magazine, 1944)

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