This catalogue is dedicated to movie fans everywhere and to those who value History's heroic moments. These movie posters of the Second World War represent those films produced while the Great Conflict was raging throughout the globe. We have 174 such posters which were culled from the Library’s collection of approximately 5,000 original movie posters. These artistic creations were displayed in the theaters when the pictures were shown in the 40’s and 50’s.

Fifty-four of the posters will be exhibited in the B. Davis Schwartz Memorial
Library. The time is right for such an exhibit, because of the great pride in our country after the unspeakable tragedy of September 11, as well as a deeper appreciation of that “greatest generation” who unreservedly fought a necessary and just war against murderous tyrannies grinding their way around the world.

During the war movie audiences were lured inside by these poster
advertisements, mesmerized in the darkened temple of their local Bijou, and thrilled with our struggles against the forces of evil in such screen classics as Bataan, The Fighting Sullivans and The Moon in Down, shivered at the dangers lurking behind the scenes in such spy thrillers as The Conspirators and Man Hunt, escaped into laughter with Buck Privates and Miracle of Morgan’s Creek, broke out into song with such musical morale-lifters as This Is the Army and Follow the Boys, and shared the trials on the home front in such heart-tugging dramas as Sunday Dinner for a Soldier and I’ll Be Seeing You. Such movies are
promoted and celebrated in these posters in an artful, graphic and fun way.

The information here is arranged, after the movie title, as follows:
Production Company, Year of Release. Reel time. Black-and-White or Color. Director. Cast Members. Plot Summary. Genre.

As a part of our treasured heritage, these movies and their poster art creations
are a learning tool for students offering insight into our not-so-distant cultural and historical past, as well as a demonstration of the illustrator’s skill.

We welcome your interest and hope you enjoy this collection. Please contact us by email or 516/299-2880 if you have any comments or questions.

Conrad Schoeffling
Special Collections Librarian

With the assistance of John Caniano
Web design by Jarron Jewell




ABROAD WITH TWO YANKS. United Artists, 1944, 80 m. B/W
Allan Dwan. William Bendix, Helen Walker, Dennis O’Keefe. Adventures of two women chasing sailors in the Pacific. Comedy.

AIR FORCE. Warner Brothers, 1943. 124 m. B/W
Howard Hawks. John Garfield, Gig Young, Harry Carey, George Tobias, Arthur Kennedy. A flying fortress and its crew see action in the Pacific. War.

ALLOTMENT WIVES. (a.k.a. Woman in the Case).
Monogram, 1945. 80m. B/W William Nigh. Kay Francis, Paul Kelly, Otto Kruger. Government agent fails a group of heartless women who marry servicemen for money they earn. Drama.

ARMY SURGEON. RKO, 1942. 63 m. B/W
A. Edward Sutherland. James Ellison, Jane Wyatt, Kent Taylor. Front line drama of soldiers in white and the army nurse who shared their peril. War.

ARMY WIVES. Monogram, 1944. 68m. B/W
Phil Rosen. Elyse Knox, Marjorie Rambeau, Rick Vallin. The efforts of a young couple to marry in wartime, and the problems they encounter.Romance.

Jack Conway. Jean-Pierre Aumont, Signe Hasso, Susan Peters, Reginald Own, Richard Whorf, Margaret Wycherly. A free French soldier stays in occupied France to fight the Nazis. Drama.

ATLANTIC CONVOY. Columbia, 1942. 66m. B/W
Lew Landers. Bruce Bennett, Virginia Field, John Beal . U. S. Air Patrol serviceman is accused of being a Nazi spy. War.

ATTACK! RKO, 1944. 51m. B/W
Director Unknown. Leo Genn, Burgess Meredith. Documentary depicting the attack by Allied forces on Japanese strongholds of Arawe Beach and Cape Gloucester. Documentary.

AVENGERS. (a.k.a. The Day Will Dawn). Paramount, 1942. 98m. B/W
Harold French. Ralph Richardson, Deborh Kerr, Hugh Williams, Griffith Jones, Francis L. Sullivan. Norwegian freedom fighters destroy a U-boat base and are saved by commandos. War.

BACK TO BATAAN. RKO, 1945. 97m. B/W
Edward Dmytryk. John Wayne, Anthony Quinn, Beulah Bondi. When Bataan is cut off, a marine colonel organizes guerilla resistance. War.

BATAAN. MGM, 1943. 114m. B/W
Tay Garnett. Robert Taylor, George Murphy, Thomas Mitchell, Lloyd Nolan, Lee Bowman, Robert Walker, Desi Arnaz, Kenneth Spencer. Thirteen soldiers holding a bridge against the Japanese die one by one. War.

BELL FOR ADANO. Fox, 1945. B/W
Henry King. Gene Tierney, John Hodiak, William Bendix, Glenn Langan, Richard Conte. An American major takes over an Italian town and wins affection by replacing the local bell. War.

Eugene Forde. Virginia Gilmore, Dana Andrews, Mona Maris, Martin Kosleck. In pre-war Germany, an American reporter is kidnapped and replaced by a double. War.

BLUE, WHITE AND PERFECT. Fox, 1941. 70m. B/W
Herbert I. Leeds. Lloyd Nolan, Mary Beth Hughes, Helene Reynolds, George Reeves. Detective is put on the trail of a gang of spies who are smuggling industrial diamonds disguised as buttons to the enemy. Crime.

BOMBARDIER. RKO, 1943. 99m. B/W
Richard Wallace. Pat O’Brien, Randolph Scott, Anne Shirley, Eddie Albert. Cadet bombardiers learn the realities of war on raids over Japan. War.

BOMBER’S MOON. Fox, 1943. 70m. B/W.
Charles Fuhr. George Montgomery, Annabella, Kent Taylor. An American pilot crash lands into Germany and makes for the coast.

Joseph H. Lewis. Anna May Wong, Noel Madison, Leslie Denison. Chinese carry out intelligence work on the Burma road. War.

BOY FROM STALINGRAD. Columbia, 1943. B/W
Sidney Salkow. Bobby Samarzich, Conrad Binyon, Mary Lou Harrington. Russian teenagers resist German attack of Stalingrad. War.

BRING ON THE GIRLS. Paramount, 1944. 92m. Color.
Sidney Lanfield. Veronica Lake, Sonny Tufts, Eddie Bracken, Marjorie Reynolds. A millionaire joins the Navy in order to escape the always active clutches of vixens out for his money. Musical.

BUCK PRIVATES. Universal, 1941. 84m. B/W
Arthur Lubin. Bud Abbott, Lou Costello, The Andrews Sisters, Lee Bowman. Two incompetents accidently enlist in the army. Comedy.

CADET GIRL. Fox, 1941. 69m. B/W
Ray McCarey. Carole Landis, George Montgomery, John Shepperd, William Tracy. Two army cadets fall for the same girl. Musical.

CAPTAIN EDDIE. Fox, 1945. 107m. B/W
Lloyd Bacon. Fred MacMurray, Lynn Bari, Charles Bickford, Thomas Mitchell, Lloyd Nolan, James Gleason. Eddie Rickenbacker, adrift on a life raft after a plane crash in the Pacific, thinks back on his adventurous life in aviation. Biography.

CHINA GIRL. Fox, 1943. 95m. B/W
Henry Hathaway. Gene Tierney, George Montgomery, Lynn Bari, Victor McLaglen.
A newsreel cameraman in China falls in love with Eurasian schoolteacher. War.

CHINA SKY. RKO, 1945. 78M. B/W
Ray Enright. Randolph Scott, Ruth Warrick, Ellen Drew, Anthony Quinn, Richard Loo. Two American doctors live with Chinese guerillas, but the jealousy of the wife of one of them causes problems. War.

J. B. Holmes. The R.A.F. coastal command at work, protecting a homeward-bound convoy of 42 merchant ships threatened by U-boats and German raider. Documentary.

COMMANDOS STRIKE AT DAWN. Columbia, 1942. 98m. B/W
John Farrow. Paul Muni, Anna Lee, Lillian Gish, Cedric Hardwicke, Robert Coote, Ray Collins. Norwegian commandos outwit the Nazis with the help of the British navy. War.

CONSPIRATORS. Warner Brothers, 1944. 101m. B/W
Jean Negulesco. Hedy Lamarr, Paul Henreid, Sydney Greenstreet, Peter Lorre. A Dutch underground leader escapes to Lisbon and clears up international intrigue. Spy.

CORNERED. RKO, 1945. 102m. B/W
Edward Dmytryk. Dick Powell, Walter Slezak, Micheline Cheirel, Nina Vale, Morris Carnovsky. After demobilization, a French-Canadian
pilot tracks down the collaborationist responsible for the death of his wife. Crime.

COUNTER-ATTACK. Columbia, 1945. 89m. B/W.
Zoltan Korda. Paul Muni, Marguerite Chapman, Larry Parks, George Macready. Resistance fighters go behind enemy lines for purposes of sabotage. War.

COUNTER-ESPIONAGE. Columbia, 1942. 71m. B/W
Edward Dmytryk. Warren William, Eric Blore, Hillary Brooke. Super sleuth, Lone Wolf, is in London protecting secret plans from Nazi spies. Spy.

Tay Garnett. Jean-Pierre Aumont, Gene Kelly, Cedric Hardwick, Richard Whorf, Joseph Calleia, Peter Lorre, Hume Cronyn. In a German camp for French prisoners, an escape leads to an uprising by local villagers. War.

Edward L. Cahn. James Craig, Signe Hasso, Edmund Gwenn, Audrey Totter. Nazi agents trying to get out of America are converted to democracy.

DANGEROUSLY THEY LIVE. Warner Brothers, 1942. 77m. B/W
Robert Florey. John Garfield, Nancy Coleman, Raymond Massey.
American Nazi agents try to get a secret memorized by a British girl agent injured in a car crash. Spy.

DESTROYER. Columbia, 1943. 99m. B/W
William Seiter. Edward G. Robinson, Glenn Ford, Marguerite Chapman, Edgar Buchanan. An old sea dog talks himself into a job on a World War II destroyer, but works his men too hard. War.

DOUGHGIRLS. Warner Brothers, 1944. 102m. B/W
James V. Kern. Ann Sheridan, Alexis Smith, Jack Carson, Jane Wyman, Irene Manning, Charlie Ruggles, Eve Arden. In a crowded
wartime Washington hotel, a honey moon is frustrated by constant interruption, not to mention the discovery that the marriage was not legal. Comedy.

DUKE OF THE NAVY. PRC, 1942. 63m. B/W
William Beaudine. Ralph Byrd, Veda Ann Borg, Stubby Kruger. Two sailors on leave are mistakenly thought to be related to a wealthy hotel guest. Drama.

EAGLE SQUADRON. Universal, 1942. 102m. B/W
Arthur Lubin. Robert Stack, Diana Barrymore, Jon Hall, Eddie Albert, Nigel Bruce, Evelyn Ankers. During WW II, American flyers join the RAF. War.

ESCAPE FROM HONG KONG. Universal, 1942. 60m. B/W
William Nigh. Leo Carrillo, Andy Devine, Marjorie Lord, Don Terry. Vaudeville sharpshooters get involved with enemy agents right before Japanese attack on Hong Kong in December, 1941. Spy.

ESCAPE IN THE DESERT. Warner Brothers, 1945. 79m. B/W
Edward A. Blatt. Phillip Dorn, Helmut Dantine, Alan Hale, Jean Sullivan, Irene Manning. Nazi P.O. W.’s escape from American desert camp. Crime.

Stanley Logan. George Sanders, Tom Conway, Jane Randolph. The Falcon brothers team up to fight Nazi saboteurs; a case of real brothers, Sanders and Conway, portraying brothers. Crime.

FIGHTING SEABEES. Republic, 1944. 100m. B/W
Howard Lydecker. John Wayne, Susan Hayward, Dennis O’Keefe, William Frawley. During World War II in the Pacific, construction workers attack the Japanese. War.

Lloyd Bacon. Anne Baxter, Thomas Mitchell, Selena Royle, Edward Ryan, Trudy Marshall, John Campbell, James Cardwell. Five sons of the same family are killed in World War II. War.

FIRST COMES COURAGE. Columbia, 1943. 88m. B/W
Dorothy Arzner. Merle Oberon, Brian Aherne, Carl Esmond, Fritz Leiber. During World War II a Norwegian girl appears to be a Quisling, but is really a spy getting information from the Nazis by fraternizing with them. War.

Gordon Douglas. Tom Neal, Richard Loo, Marc Cramer, Barbra Hale, Keye Luke. An army pilot undergoes plastic surgery so that he can infiltrate Japanese lines. War.

FLYING CADETS. Universal, 1941. 60m. B/W
Erle C. Kenton. William Gargan, Edmund Lowe, Peggy Moran, Frank Albertson. An eager young cadet wants to sell the government his plans for a new aircraft while he is still in flight school. Adventure.

William Rowland. Wendy Barrie, Doris Nolan, Gordon Oliver. An army private falls in love with a dress designer while his father decides to put on a rtizy, fashionable burlesque show. Musical.

FOLLOW THE BOYS. Universal, 1944. 122m. B/W
Edward Sutherland. George Raft, Vera Zorina, Charley Grapewin, W. C. Fields, Jeanette MacDonald, Marlene Dietrich, Dinah Shore. Actor attempts to join the army but is turned down due to a bad knee. He then agrees to form a troupe of entertainers to perform for the troops. Musical.

FOUR JILLS IN A JEEP. Fox, 1944. 89m. B/W
William A. Seiter. Kay Francis, Carole Landis, Martha Raye, Mitzi Mayfair, Dick Haymes, Alice Faye, Betty Grable. Four Hollywood glamour girls entertain the troops. Musical.

John H. Auer. Robert Ryan, Margo, John Carradine. The life stories of defense plant workers are shown through constant flashbacks. Drama.

GET GOING. Universal, 1943. 57m. B/W
Jean Yarbrough. Robert Paige, Grace MacDonald, Vera Vague. Woman pretends to be a spy to catch the interest of a neighbor. Comedy.

GOD IS MY CO-PILOT. Warner Brothers, 1945. 89m. B/W
Robert Florey. Dennis Morgan, Dane Clark, Raymond Massey, Alan Hale.Pacific air adventures during WW II. War.

GORILLA MAN. Warner Brothers, 1942. 63m. B/W
D. Ross Lederman. John Loder, Ruth Ford, Richard Fraser. A wounded commando discovers that his hospital is run by Nazis, who then try to prove him insane so that he won’t be believed. Spy.

John Rawlins. Ralph Bellamy , Evelyn Ankers, Karen Verne, Edward Norris, Henry Daniell. During World War II, a German murders
an English nobleman, and being his double, takes over his life. Spy.

HAPPY LAND. Fox, 1943. 75m. B/W
Irving Pichel. Don Ameche, Francis Dee, Harry Carey, Ann Rutherford. Grandfather’s ghost comes back to comfort family which has lost its son in the war. Drama

HEADIN’ FOR GOD’S COUNTRY. Republic, 1943. 78m. B/W
William Morgan. William Lundigan, Virginia Dale, Henry Davenport. War nerves invade a small Alaska town in 1941. Drama.

HI YA SAILOR. Universal, 1943. 61m. B/W
Jean Yarbrough. Donald Woods, Elyse Knox, Eddie Quillan, Phyllis Brooks. After a
Navy man gets duped by a New York music publisher, he finds a lady cab driver and a female vocalist who sings one of his songs. Musical.

HOLLYWOOD CANTEEN. Warner Brothers, 1944. 124m. B/W
Delmer Daves. Joan Leslie, Robert Hutton, Dane Clark, Janis Paige, The Andrews Sisters, Jack Benny. Wounded serviceman fulfills his dream of meeting a Hollywood starlet. Musical.

ICELAND. Fox, 1942. 79m. B/W
Bruce Humberstone. Sonja Henie, John Payne, Jack Oakie, Sammy Kaye. Female skater falls in love with American marine. Musical.

I’LL BE SEEING YOU. United Artists, 1944. 83m. B/W
William Dieterle. Ginger Rogers, Joseph Cotton, Shirley Temple, Spring Byington. Lady convict on a Christmas furlough falls in love with shell-shocked soldier. Romance.

IMMORTAL SERGEANT. Fox, 1943. 90m. B/W
John Stahl. Henry Fonda, Maureen O’Hara, Thomas Mitchell, Allyn Joslyn, Reginald Gardiner. In the North African campaign, a battle toughened sergeant is killed after inspiring the raw recruits under his command. War.

IMPOSTOR. Universal, 1944. 92m. B/W
Julien Duvivier. Jean Gabin, Richard Whorf, Allyn Joslyn, Ellen Drew, Peter Van Eyck. A French convict escapes during a Nazi bombing raid and in the guise of a dead man fights bravely for France. War.

IN OUR TIME. Warner Brothers, 1944. 109m. B/W
Vincent Sherman. Ida Lupino, Paul Henreid, Nancy Coleman, Nazimova, Mary Boland. English woman marries a Polish count right before
outbreak of WW II, and helps defy the Nazis. Drama.

IN WHICH WE SERVE. United Artists, 1943. 114m. B/W
Noel Coward. Noel Coward, Bernard Miles, John Mills, Richard Attenborough, Celia Johnson. Survivors from a torpedoed destroyer recall their life at sea and on leave. War.

JANIE. Warner Brothers, 1944. 106m. B/W
Michael Curtiz. Joyce Reynolds, Robert Hutton, Edward Arnold, Ann Harding, Robert Benchley. An army base is built outside of a small town, causing worries for the parents of young girls who live there. Comedy.

JIVE JUNCTION. PRC, 1944. 62m. B/W
Edgar G. Ulmer. Dickie Moore, Tina Thayer, Gerra Young. A young man whose father was killed in the war puts on a show for the troops. Musical.

Richard Thorpe. Robert Young, Marsha Hunt, Darryl Hickman. An aircraft factory worker with special knowledge is kidnapped by Nazis but leads the F.B.I. to his captors. Spy.

LADY HAS PLANS. Paramount, 1942. 77m. B/W
Sidney Lanfield. Ray Milland, Paulette Goddard, Roland Young, Albert Dekker, Margaret Hays, Cecil Kellaway. A lady reporter in Lisbon is mistaken for a Nazi spy. Spy.

LAST CHANCE. MGM, 1945. 105m. B/W
Leopold Lindtberg. E. G. Morrison, John Hoy, Ray Reagan. In 1943 an Englishman and an American escape from a prison camp in northern Italy and with the help of refugees cross the mountains into Switzerland. War.

LITTLE TOKYO, U. S. A. Fox, 1942. 64m. B/W
Otto Brower. Preston Foster, Brenda Joyce, June Duprez, George E. Stone. A cop ferrets out Japanese espionage agents in Los Angeles. Spy.

LUCKY JORDAN. Paramount, 1942. 84m. B/W
Frank Tuttle. Alan Ladd, Helen Walker, Mabel Paige, Sheldon Leonard. Gangster is drafted into the Army. Crime.

MAIL TRAIN. (a.k.a. Inspector Hornleigh Goes to It). Fox, 1941. 87m. B/W
Walter Forde. Gordon Harker, Alastair Sim, Phyllis Calvert, Edward Chapman. Two British inspectors track down a fifth columnist. Crime.

MAN HUNT. Fox, 1941. 98m. B/W
Fritz Lang. Walter Pidgeon, Joan Bennett, George Sanders, John Carradine, Roddy McDowall. A big game hunter misses a shot at Hitler and is chased back to England by the Gestapo. Spy.

MANILA CALLING. Fox, 1942. 81m. B/W
Herbert I. Leeds. Lloyd Nolan, Carole Landis, Cornel Wilde, James Gleason. U. S. soldiers form a guerilla unit after Philippines are invaded by the Japanese. War.

MIRACLE OF MORGAN’S CREEK. Paramount, 1943. 99m. B/W
Preston Sturges. Eddie Bracken, Betty Hutton, Diana Lynn, William Demarest. Promiscuous small town girl gives birth to sextuplets and a soldier might be the father. Comedy.

MISTER V. (a.k.a. Pimpernal Smith). United Artists, 1942. 121m. B/W
Leslie Howard. Leslie Howard, Mary Morris, Francis L. Sullivan, Hugh McDermont. A professor of archeology goes into war-torn Europe to rescue refugees. Spy.

MOON IS DOWN. Fox, 1943. 90m. B/W
Irving Pichel. Cedric Hardwicke, Henry Travers, Lee J. Cobb, Dorris Bowdon, Margaret Wycherly. A Norwegian town resists the Nazis. War.

MOUNTAIN RHYTHM. Republic, 1942. 70m. B/W
Frank McDonald. Leon Weaver, Frank Weaver, June Weaver, Elviry Weaver. Country singers start a farm to support war effort. Comedy.

MR. WINKLE GOES TO WAR. Columbia, 1944. 80m. B/W
Alfred E. Green. Edward G. Robinson, Ruth Warrick, Ted Donaldson, Bob Haymes. A middle aged bank clerk joins the Army and becomes a hero. War.

Henry Koster. Margaret O’Brien, Jose Iturbi, Jimmy Durante, June Allyson, Marsha Hunt. A pregnant orchesta player worries about her husband overseas, who she has not heard from in months. Musical.

Tay Garnett. Kay Kyser, Ellen Drew, Jane Wyman, Ginny Simms. A bandleader has to postpone his honeymoon when he is called up and set to spy catching. Musical.

MY PAL, WOLF. RKO, 1944. 75M. B/W
Alfred Werker. Sharyn Moffett, Jill Esmond, Una O’Connor. Young girl adopts stray dog. It is actually a military dog, and she has to return him. Adventure.

MYSTERIOUS DOCTOR. Warner Brothers, 1943. 57m. B/W Ben Stoloff. John Loder, Elenor Parker, Bruce Lester. Nazis strike at an
English village by staging a headless ghost. War.

NAVAL ACADEMY. Columbia, 1941. 67m. B/W
Erle C. Kenton. Freddie Bartholomew, Jimmy Lydon, Billy Cook. Four men from different backgrounds go through the naval academy. Drama.

A. Edward Sutherland. Pat O’Brien, George Murphy, Jane Wyatt, Jackie Cooper, Carl Esmond, Max Baer. The story of a merchant marine ship. War.

NAVY WAY. Paramount, 1944. 74m. B/W
William Berke. Robert Lowery, Jean Parker, Bill Henry, Roscoe Karns. Prize fighter gets called up for duty right before his biggest fight. War.

NEXT OF KIN. Universal, 1942. 102m. B/W
Thorold Dickinson. Nova Pilbeam, Mervyn Johns, Reginald Tate, Stephen Murray, Phyllis Stanley, Basil Sidney. Careless talk causes loss of life in a commando raid. War.

NIGHTMARE. Universal, 1942. 80m. B/W
Tim Whelan. Diana Barrymore, Brian Donlevy. American gambler in wartime London uncovers Nazi spy ring. Spy.

NORTH STAR. RKO, 1943. 105M. B/W
Lewis Milestone. Anne Baxter, Farley Granger, Jane Withers, Dana Andrews, Walter Brennan, Erich Von Stroheim. A Russian village
defends itself against the Nazi onslaught. War.

OBJECTIVE BURMA! Warner Brothers, 1945. 142m. B/W
Raoul Walsh. Errol Flynn, William Prince, James Brown, George Tobias, Henry Hull. Exploits of an American platoon in the Burma campaign. War.

ONE OF OUR AIRCRAFT IS MISSING. United Artists, 1942. 90m. B/W
Michael Powell. Godfrey Tearle, Eric Portman, Hugh Williams, Bernard Miles, Hugh Burden, Emrys Jones, Googie Withers. English bomber crew shot down behind German lines. War.

ONE THRILLING NIGHT. Monogram, 1942. 69m. B/W
William Beaudine. John Beal, Wanda McKay, Tom Neal. Soldier’s wedding night is interrupted when gangsters break into his hotel room. Comedy.

PARACHUTE NURSE. Columbia, 1942. 65m. B/W
Charles Barton. Marguerite Chapman, William Wright, Kay Harris. Airborne nurse has conflicts with other nurses because her German born brother fights with the Nazis. Drama.

PARIS AFTER DARK. Fox, 1943. 85m. B/W
Leonide Moguy. George Sanders, Phillip Dorn, Brenda Marshall. In wartime Paris a doctor leads resistance forces. War.

PASSPORT TO SUEZ. Columbia, 1943. 71m. B/W
Andre De Toth. Warren William, Ann Savage, Eric Blore. In Alexandria, the Lone Wolf foils Nazi spies who steal British plans that will enable them to destroy the Suez Canal. Adventure.

PIED PIPER. Fox, 1942. 86m. B/W
Irving Pichel. Monty Woolley, Roddy McDowall, Anne Baxter, Otto Preminger. An elderly man who hates children finds himself
smuggling several of them out of occupied France. War.

George Sidney. Franchot Tone, Marsha Hunt, Gene Kelly, Van Johnson. A pilot in the South Pacific volunteers for a desperate mission because he hates facists. War.

PRACTICALLY YOURS. Paramount, 1944. 90m. B/W
Michell Leisen. Claudette Colbert, Fred MacMurray, Gil Lamb, Cecil Kellaway. War hero comes back home after being supposed dead. Comedy.

PRINCESS O’ROURKE. Warner Brothers, 1943. 94m. B/W
Norman Krasna. Olivia De Havilland, Robert Cummings, Charles Coburn, Jack Carson, Jane Wyman. An ace pilot falls for a princess and causes diplomatic complications. Comedy.

PRIORITIES ON PARADE. Paramount, 1942. 79m. B/W
Albert S. Rogell. Ann Miller, Betty Rhodes, Jerry Colonna. Members of a swing band get jobs in a munitions factory. Musical.

PRISON SHIP. Columbia, 1945. 60m. B/W
Arthur Dreifuss. Nina Foch, Robert Lowery, Richard Loo, Ludwig Donath. Japanese POW ship is used to bait American submarines. War.

PRIVATE BUCKAROO. Universal, 1942. 68m. B/W
Edward F. Cline. Harry James, The Andrews Sisters, Joe E. Lewis. The difficulties of putting on shows for servicemen. Musical.

PURPLE HEART. Fox, 1944. 99m. B/W
Lewis Milestone. Dana Andrews, Richard Conte, Farley Granger, Kevin O’Shea, Donald Barry, Sam Levene. American prisoners of war in Japan are executed. War.

PURPLE V. Republic, 1943. 58m. B/W
George Sherman. John Archer, Mary McLeod, Fritz Kortner. German schoolteacher helps allied pilot shot down over Germany. War.

REPORT FROM THE ALEUTIANS. War Activities Committee, 1943. 45m. Color.
John Huston. John Huston, Walter Huston. American forces live under tough conditions on a group of Arctic Islands from which they raid Japanese bases. Documentary.

REVEILLE WITH BEVERLY. Columbia, 1943. 78m. B/W
Charles Barton. Ann Miller, William Wright, Dick Purcell, Franklin Pangborn. A female disc jockey runs a program for soldiers. Musical.

Leslie Goodwins. Wally Brown, Alan Carney, Erford Gage. Two comedian soldiers escape a Japanese concentration camp, and meet showgirls in Burma. Comedy.

ROOKIES ON PARADE. Republic, 1941. 69m. B/W
Joseph Santley. Bob Crosby, Ruth Terry, Gertrude Niesen, Eddie Foy, Jr., Marie Wilson. A pair of privates put on a
musical show for their fellow soldiers. Musical.

ROSIE THE RIVETER. Republic, 1944. 75m. B/W
Joseph Santley. Jane Frazee, Frank Albertson, Vera Vague. War plant workers have to share rooms in a boarding house. Comedy.

SABOTAGE SQUAD. Columbia, 1942. 64m. B/W
Lew Landers. Bruce Bennett, Kay Harris, Edward Norris. Army subversion officer works to break up Nazi spy ring. Adventure.

Richard Whorf. Robert Walker, June Allyson, Hume Cronyn, Reginald Owen, Audrey Totter. A sailor gets married on leave and discovers he has some problems. Comedy.

SALERNO BEACHHEAD. (a.k.a. A Walk in the Sun). Fox, 1945. 117m. B/W
Lewis Milestone. Dana Andrews, Richard Conte, John Ireland, Lloyd Bridges, Sterling Holloway, George Tyne, Huntz Hall. The story of one army platoon proceeding from their landing at Salerno to their inland objective. War.

SALUTE FOR THREE. Paramount, 1943. 75m. B/W
Ralph Murphy. Betty Rhodes, MacDonald Carey, Marty May, Cliff Edwards, Dona Drake. An all girl orchestra opens a canteen
for servicemen. Musical.

SAN DIEGO I LOVE YOU. Universal, 1944. 83m. B/W
Reginald Le Borg. Jon Hall, Louise Allbritton, Edward Everett Horton, Eric Blore, Buster Keaton. Family man develops new life raft for military use. Comedy.

SECRET COMMAND. Columbia, 1944. 92m. B/W
Edward Sutherland. Pat O’Brien, Carole Landis, Chester Morris. An ex-foreign correspondent goes undercover at a shipyard to track down saboteurs. Spy.

SECRETS OF SCOTLAND YARD. Republic, 1944. 68m. B/W
George Blair. Edgar Barrier, Stephanie Bachelor, C. Aubrey Smith, Lionel Atwill. A British Secret service man is impersonated by his Nazi twin brother. Spy.

John H. Auer. Wally Brown, Alan Carney, Marcy McGuire. Sailor on leave tries to date three women at once; and tries to hide it from each of them. Musical.

Tim Whelan. Victor Mature, Lucille Ball, Harold Peary, Mary Cortes. Private has seven days to win affections of a socialite so he can collect his inheritance. Comedy.

Edward Dmytryk. James Craig, Bonita Grandville, Frank Jenks, Cliff Edwards. Prison escapees take over an offshore lighthouse, where they heroically capture spies. Spy.

SHE’S A SOLDIER TOO. Columbia, 1944. 67m. B/W
William Castle. Beulah Bondi, Nina Foch, Jess Barker, Lloyd Bridges. A young soldier enlists the aid of a female cabbie to find the son he left behind. Drama.

SHIP AHOY. MGM, 1942. 95M. B/W
Edward Buzzell. Eleanor Powell, Red Skelton, Bert Lahr. On a trip to Puerto Rico, a tap dancer is enlisted as a spy. Musical.

SHIPS WITH WINGS. United Artists, 1942. 103m. B/W
Sergei Nolbandov. John Clements, Leslie Banks, Jane Baxter. Aircraft carrier prepares for WW II. War

SILVER FLEET. PRC, 1945. 87m. B/W
Vernon Campbell Sewell. Ralph Richardson, Googie Withers, Esmond Knight. In occupied Holland, a shipping magnate destroys his new U-boat with himself and his Nazi mentors aboard. War.

SNAFU. Columbia, 1945. 85m. B/W
Jack Moss. Robert Benchley, Vera Vague, Conrad Janis. Middle class parents rescue their difficult 15 years old son from the army, then wish they hadn’t. Comedy.

Lewis Seiler. Carmen Miranda, Michael O’Shea, Vivian Blaine, Phil Silvers, Sheila Ryan, Perry Como. A Southern plantation is turned into a retreat for army wives. Musical.

SPITFIRE. (a.k.a. First of the Few). RKO, 1943. 117M. B/W
Leslie Howard. Leslie Howard, David Niven, Rosamund John, Roland Culver. The story of R. J. Mitchell who saw WW II coming and devised the Spitfire. Biography.

SPY SHIP. Warner Brothers, 1942. 62m. B/W
B. Reaves Eason. Craig Stevens, Irene Manning, Maris Wrixon. Radio commentator uses information from fiancee to sink American ships. Spy.

SPY TRAIN. Monogram, 1943. 61m. B/W
Harold Young. Richard Travis, Catherine Craig, Chick Chandler. A bomb placed on a train by Nazi is mistaken for a case full of secret documents. Spy.

STAGE DOOR CANTEEN. United Artists, 1943. 132m. B/W
Frank Borzage. Cheryl Walker, William Terry, Marjorie Riordan, Lon McCallister. How the stars in New York entertained the armed forces during WW II. Musical

STANDING ROOM ONLY. Paramount, 1944. 83m. B/W
Sidney Lanfield. Paulette Goddard, Fred MacMurray, Edward Arnold, Roland Young, Hillary Brooke. Hotel rooms being hard to find in wartime Washington, D. C., a resourceful secretary hires herself and her boss as a servant couple. Comedy.

STAR SPANGLED RHYTHM. Paramount, 1942. 99m. B/W
George Marshall. Betty Hutton, Eddie Bracken, Victor Moore, Walter Abel. The doorman at Paramount studios pretends to his sailor son that he is a big producer. Musical.

STORM OVER LISBON. Republic, 1944. 86m. B/W
George Sherman. Vera Hruba Ralston, Richard Arlen, Erich Von Stroheim, Eduardo Ciannelli, Otto Kruger. An international spy mastermind runs a Lisbon night-club and sells documents to the highest bidder. Mystery.

STORY OF DR. WASSELL. Paramount, 1944. 140m. Color.
Cecil B. DeMille. Gary Cooper, Laraine Day, Signe Hasso, Dennis O’Keefe. The adventures of a naval doctor who heroically saved men during the Pacific war. Biography.

Arch Oboler. Claude Rains, Gloria Holden, Martin Kosleck. A hunter returns from his holiday to see that the U. S. Government has been overthrown by American Nazis. Drama.

STRANGERS IN THE NIGHT. Republic, 1944. 56m. B/W
Anthony Mann. William Terry, Virginia Grey. Marine in the South Pacific writes to a girl stateside. When he returns home he finds out that her mother invented a daughter. Drama.

SUBMARINE RAIDER. Columbia, 1942. 65m. B/W
Lew Landers. John Howard, Marguerite Chapman, Bruce Bennett. An American submarine learns too late about the attack on Pearl Harbor. War.

SUICIDE SQUADRON. (a.k.a. Dangerous Moonlight). Republic, 1942 98m. B/W
Brian Desmond Hurst. Anton Walbrook, Sally Grey, Derrick de Marney, Cecil Parker. A Polish pianist escapes from the Nazis and loses his memory after flying in the Battle of Britain. War.

SULTAN’S DAUGHTER. Monogram, 1943. 64m. B/W
Arthur Dreifuss. Ann Corio, Tim Ryan, Irene Ryan. German agents are after the Sultan’s oil fields, and his daughter is in love with an American G. I. Musical.

Lloyd Bacon. Anne Baxter, John Hodiak, Charles Winninger, Anne Revere, Connie Marshall, Chill Wills. A poor family living on a derelect Florida houseboat scrape together enough money to invite a soldier for a meal. Drama.

Norman Z. McLeod. Ann Sothern, James Craig, Jean Rogers, Connie Gilchrist. Two female aircraft workers fall in love with the same pilot. Comedy.

TENDER COMRADE. RKO, 1944. 101m. B/W
Edward Dmytryk. Ginger Rogers, Robert Ryan, Ruth Hussey. Lady welders whose husbands are fighting men keep their chins up during World War II. Drama.

Alfred E. Green. Tom Neal, Evelyn Keyes, Bruce Bennett. The destinies of five officer candidates at the anti-aircraft school. Drama.

Edward Ludwig. George Sanders, Anna Sten, Ward Bond, Dennis Hoey, Sig Ruman. An FBI man of German parentage goes to Nazi Germany to train with saboteurs who are arrested when they set foot in the U. S. Spy.

THIS IS THE ARMY. Warner Brothers, 1943. 121m. Color
Michael Curtiz. George Murphy, Irving Berlin, Joan Leslie, Ronald Reagan, George Tobias, Alan Hale. Army recruits put on a musical revue. Musical.

THREE COCKEYED SAILORS. (a.k.a. Sailors Three). United Artists, 1941. 86m. B/W
Walter Forde. Tommy Trinder, Claude Hulbert, Michael Wilding, Carla Lehmann. Drunken sailors capture a German battleship by mistake. Comedy.

THREE LITTLE SISTERS. Republic, 1944. 69m. B/W
Joseph Santley. Mary Lee, Ruth Terry, Cheryl Walker. G. I. writes to a woman who lies about her disability and status in life. Romance.

THREE RUSSIAN GIRLS. United Artists, 1943. 80m. B/W
Henry S. Kesler, Fedor Ozep. Anna Sten, Kent Smith. A nurse called for duty at the Russian front tends to an injured American. War.

THREE SONS O’ GUNS. Warner Brothers, 1941. 65m. B/W
Ben Stoloff. Wayne Morris, Marjorie Rambeau, Irene Rich. Three unruly boys learn about patriotism and wind up enlisting in the Army. Comedy.

THUMBS UP. Republic, 1943. 67m. B/W
Joseph Santley. Brenda Joyce, Richard Fraser, Elsa Lanchester. Nightclub singer gets a job singing in an aircraft plant to further her career. Musical.

TOMORROW THE WORLD. United Artists, 1944. 86m. B/W
Leslie Fenton. Frederic March, Betty Field, Agnes Moorehead, Skip Homeier. A college professor adopts his orphaned German nephew, who turns out to be a 12 year old Nazi. Drama.

John Brahm. Annabella, John Sutton, Lee J. Cobb, Beulah Bondi, Blanche Yurka. A British agent lands in occupied France to pave the way for a bombing raid. War.

TOO YOUNG TO KNOW. Warner Brothers, 1945. 86m. B/W
Fredrick De Cordova. Joan Leslie, Robert Hutton, Dolores Moran. Pilot goes off to war leaving his wife and infant son. Romance.

TOP MAN. Universal, 1943. 74m. B/W
Charles Lamont. Donald O’Connor, Susanna Foster, Peggy Ryan, Richard Dix, Lillian Gish.. When an officer is recalled to active duty, his teenage son becomes head of the family. Musical.

TRUE GLORY. Columbia, 1945. 90m. B/W
Garson Kanin, Carol Reed. The last year of the war, retold by edited newsreels. D-Day to the fall of Berlin. Documentary.

TWO TICKETS TO LONDON. Universal, 1943. 78m. B/W
Edwin L. Marin. Michele Morgan, Allan Curtis, C. Aubrey Smith, Barry Fitzgerald, Dooley Wilson. A sailor accused of aiding an enemy submarine escapes and finds the true villain. Drama.

U-BOAT PRISONER. Columbia, 1944. 65m. B/W
Lew Landers. Bruce Bennett, Erik Rolf, John Abbott. U.S. sailor goes undercover on a German U-boat. War.

UNCENSORED. Fox, 1944. 108m. B/W
Anthony Asquith. Eric Portman, Phyllis Calvert, Griffith Jones. In Brussells during the Nazi occupation, the leader of a toe-the-line paper secretly leads the resistance. War.

UNDERGROUND. Warner Brothers, 1941. 95m. B/W
Vincent Sherman. Jeffrey Lynn, Phillip Dorn, Karen Verne, Mona Maris. Underground leaders in Germany during World War II send out radio messages under the noses of the Nazis. War.

VERY THOUGHT OF YOU. Warner Brothers, 1944. 99m. B/W
Delmer Daves. Dennis Morgan, Eleanor Parker, Dane Clark, Faye Emerson, Beulah Bondi. Problems of a wartime marriage. Drama.

VOICE IN THE WIND. United Artists, 1944. 85m. B/W
Arthur Ripley. Francis Lederer, Sigrid Gurie, J. Edward Bromberg,
J. Carrol Naish. Two refugees from the Nazis meet again and die on a remote island. War.

WAKE ISLAND. Paramount, 1942. 78m. B/W
John Farrow. Brian Donlevy, Macdonald Carey, Robert Preston, Albert Dekker, William Bendix, Walter Abel. During World War II marines fight to hold an American base on a small Pacific island. War.

WAVE, A WAC, AND A MARINE. Monogram, 1944. 70m. B/W
Phil Karlstien. Elyse Knox, Anne Gilles, Sally Eilers. Two understudies are mistaken as leads in a play. Comedy.

WE’VE NEVER BEEN LICKED. Universal, 1943. 103m. B/W
John Rawlins. Richard Quine, Anne Gwynne, Noah Beery, Jr., Martha O’Driscoll, Henry Davenport. A young American raised in Japan finds himself on the wrong side after Pearl Harbor. War.

WEEK-END PASS. Universal, 1944. 65m. B/W
Jean Yarbrough. Martha O’Driscoll, Noah Beery, Jr., George Barbier. High society woman dates a shipyard worker on a weekend pass. Musical.

William K. Howard. Jimmy Lydon, Barbra Belden, Regis Toomey, Grant Mitchell. A shell-shocked veteran of WW II returns home. Drama.

WHERE DO WE GO FROM HERE? Fox, 1945. 77m. B/W
Gregory Ratoff. Fred MacMurray, Joan Leslie, June Haver, Gene Sheldon. USO man wishes he could be a soldier. He gets his wish when he finds a bottle with a genie inside. Musical.

WINGED VICTORY. Fox, 1944. 130m. B/W
George Cukor. Lon McCallister, Jeanne Crain, Edmond O’Brien, Jane Ball. During WW II, pilots are inducted, trained and sent on
dangerous missions. War.

WINGS FOR THE EAGLE. Warner Brothers, 1942. 85m. B/W
Lloyd Bacon. Ann Sheridan, Dennis Morgan, Jack Carson, George Tobias. Aircraft plant workers help the war effort. War.

WINGS OVER THE PACIFIC. Monogram, 1943. 59m. B/W
Phil Rosen. Inez Cooper, Edward Norris, Mantague Love, Robert Armstrong. U. S. and Nazi pilots crash land on small tropical island. War

X MARKS THE SPOT. Republic, 1942. 55m. B/W
George Sherman. Damian O’Flynn, Helen Parrish, Dick Purcell. Black marketers deal in rubber, a rare commodity during the war. Crime.

YANKS AHOY. United Artists, 1943. 60m. B/W
Kurt Neumann. William Tracy, Joe Sawyer, Marjorie Woodworth. Two sergeants capture a Japanese mini-submarine with a fishing line. Comedy.

Alexis Thurn-Taxis. Henry King, Mary Healy, Jackie Heller. Group of musicians enlist in the army to entertain troops, but they end up fighting in combat. Musical.

YELLOW CANARY. RKO, 1944. 98m. B/W
Herbert Wilcox. Anna Neagle, Richard Greene, Nova Pilbeam. A socialite suspected of being a Nazi sympathizer is really a British spy. Spy.

YOU CAN’T RATION LOVE. Paramount, 1944. 78m. B/W
Lester Fuller. Betty Rhodes, Johnnie Johnston, Bill Edwards. College women are foced to ration dates because of lack of men during wartime. Musical.

YOU’RE IN THE ARMY NOW. Warner Brothers, 1941. 79m. B/W
Lewis Seiler. Jimmy Durante, Phil Silvers, Jane Wyman. Two incompetent vacuum cleaner salesmen join the Army. Comedy

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