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Hollywood Goes to War 

From World War One to Korea, Hollywood stars have been involved in America's wars, from selling war bonds to entertaining the troops to joining the armed forces themselves. Prominently ... See full summary »

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From World War One to Korea, Hollywood stars have been involved in America's wars, from selling war bonds to entertaining the troops to joining the armed forces themselves. Prominently shown are scenes at the Hollywood Canteen and USO shows with Bob Hope. Stars in uniform including Robert Montgomery, Clark Gable, Jimmy Stewart and Douglas Fairbanks, Jnr. are show. Written by WesternOne

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