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"Uncle Sam has been turning out movies since about 1908. The First World War gave the business a big spurt, but it took World War Two to bring it into full bloom. The entire motion picture industry today is using, roughly, two billion feet of raw film stock a year - and Uncle Sam's military establishment and agencies in war-related work are using considerably more than half of the total output...many capital observers believe that it will continue into the post war era, and that the large-scale production of films by the Government telling the people what's what and how to do it is here to stay."

     


The Government Film Business During WW II (Pathfinder Magazine, 1944)

The Government Film Business During WW II (Pathfinder Magazine, 1944)

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