The Army-Navy game back home holds everyone's attention (and everyone's bet money) until an artillery barrage forces the camp to dispose of an unexploded shell.
Did You Know?
The opening theme song is performed by a different orchestra. See more
The radio announcer states that the Army-Navy game is the "50th gridiron classic" and that the final score is Navy 42, Army 36. In reality the 50th Army-Navy game was played in 1949, prior to the start of the Korean War. None of the Army-Navy games actually played in the years of the war (1950, 1951, 1952) had a final score of 42-36. See more
And kickoff is away!
Sound effect: Bomb explodes outside
Capt. Benjamin Franklin "Hawkeye" Pierce
Boy, that kid can really kick a football!
References Knute Rockne All American
Auld Lang Syne
Lyrics by Robert Burns
Sung by Loretta Swit See more