Warner short has Humphrey Bogart and his wife getting off a plane and being approached by several reporters. Bogart then tells them of his trip to see our troops and explains how American's can help them by giving money to the American Red Cross. I'm really not sure how many of these type of shorts I've watched over the years but all of them remain pretty powerful. Perhaps it's just the site of these legendary actors sticking their necks out to help in any way, shape or form. Perhaps it's because you don't see that type of thing today. No matter what the reason is this film runs just over three-minutes and features Bogart in fine form. He speaks directly at the camera and you can just hear and feel the passion in his voice.
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