World War II on Film 3-DVD Set
Everyone went to the movies during WWII and generally believed what they saw at the local theater. President Roosevelt believed the film industry could be helpful in influencing Americans on why we must fight. As part of the war effort, two Hollywood directors emerged as the best: John Ford and Frank Capra. Ford joined the U.S. Navy and concentrated on the Pacific War; Capra joined the U.S. Army and focused his film efforts on the European front. This three-disc collection is the first to bring together the WWII works of these two award-winning filmmakers.
Total Time: Nine hours on three DVD's