World War II: The Movie

When the U.S. Army Air Forces needed 100,000 men to volunteer, General Hap Arnold recruited Hollywood.

The First Motion Picture Unit made hundreds of G.I. training films, as well as movies to boost homefront morale. (Margaret Herrick Library/Academy Of Motion Picture Arts And Sciences)
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Mark Betancourt is a writer and filmmaker living in Washington, D.C. Owen Crump was interviewed by Douglas Bell, Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences Oral History Program, 1994.

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