Tunisian Victory (1944)

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Documentary made by the U.S. Army Signal Corps.

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Credited cast:
Narrator (voice)
American soldier (voice)
British soldier (voice)
Jacques Duchesne ...
Narrator (French version) / Récitant (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Harold Alexander ...
Himself (archive footage)
Kenneth Anderson ...
Himself (archive footage)
Omar N. Bradley ...
Himself (archive footage)
Alan Brooke ...
Himself (archive footage)
Himself (archive footage)
Mark W. Clark ...
Himself (archive footage)
Alan Cunningham ...
Himself (archive footage)
Andrew Cunningham ...
Himself (archive footage)
François Darlan ...
Himself (archive footage)
Charles de Gaulle ...
Himself (archive footage)
James Doolittle ...
Himself (archive footage)


The Archive of World War Two is a series of original archive documentaries filmed under actual battle conditions by service and newsreel cameramen attached to American, British, French, Russian and enemy forces. NTSC - Black & White - 74 minutes Written by Anonymous

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Release Date:

1 April 1944 (USA)  »

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'Huston, John' directed replacement scenes when some footage was lost. See more »


References Toonerville Trolley (1936) See more »


Beer Barrel Polka
aka "Roll Out the Barrel"
Music by Jaromir Vejvoda (song "Skoda lásky")
Played on the accordion during the Christmas dinner sequence
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A Patched Up Job
13 July 2015 | by (london) – See all my reviews

A lot has been written about this film.The latest being in the excellent book "Five Came Home".The British had already completed a documentary called "Africa Freed".However the US wanted to participate in this notwithstanding that they only had a relatively small number of troops in the campaign.Frank Capra came over from the States determined to remake the film which he was able to do.Much of the commentary was rewritten and scenes featuring the American army were inserted.It is clear that the cross talk between Burgess Meredith and Bernard Miles is inspired by John Ford's Battle Of Midway.Much of it is excruciating particularly the final section.The re enactments are fairly obvious and there is a credit card at the end stating this fact.Not surprisingly the film was slated by critics when it was finally released around a year after the end of the campaign.

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