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The Negro Soldier (1944)

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Documentary focusing on the contributions to the American war effort of African-American soldiers.

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Carlton Moss ...
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Clyde Turner ...
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Piano Concerto In F Major
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Music by George Gershwin
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Touching American propaganda film from WWII
26 November 1998 | by (Stockholm, Sweden) – See all my reviews

The aim of the movie is to encourage American blacks to identify themselves with the on-going struggle overseas.

It is convincing but fairly dull in comparison to other Frank Capra propaganda films.


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