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FLYING WILD (1941) and VIOLENCE & VICTORY WWII (1944)
FLYING WILD (1941)
and VIOLENCE & VICTORY WWII (1944)
FLYING WILD starring Leo Gorcey, Bobby Jordan, Ernie Morrison and Donald Hains. The boys, with the exception of Mugs who doesn't approve of work, are employed at an aviation factory. When strange "accidents" begin to occur, they suspect that a doctor, who operates a flying ambulance service, may actually be a spy bent on selling secrets to the enemy!
VIOLENCE & VICTORY WWII (1944)
This film contains newsreel footage of the US re-capture of Guam and the liberation of Paris. A very graphic film that details the ugliness of war on the battlefield and in the streets. On Guam, U.S. Marines engage in a fierce battle using gunfire, artillery and flame-throwers against the enemy, the result of which is plainly seen with 21,000 Japanese troops killed. In Paris, the people rise up against Hitler's occupying army. Nazi sympathizers are shot and beaten in the streets. Sniper fire erupts as Charles de Gaulle visits Notre Dame! This film is an important historical document which frankly illustrates the grim reality of war.
Leo Gorcey, Bobby Jordan, Ernie Morrison and Donald Hains