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The United States Service Bands (1943)

Approved | | Documentary, Short, Music | 1943 (USA)
Service bands from the Army Air Corps, Navy, Marines, and Army perform patriotic songs in front of iconic landmark buildings like the Capitol and the Lincoln and Jefferson Memorials.

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edited from 'The Rear Gunner' (archive footage) (uncredited)
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Service bands from the Army Air Corps, Navy, Marines, and Army perform patriotic songs in front of iconic landmark buildings like the Capitol and the Lincoln and Jefferson Memorials.

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Edited entirely from other musical shorts. See more »

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Features The Rear Gunner (1943) See more »

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It's a Long, Long Way to Tipperary
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Music by Jack Judge
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18 January 2014 | by See all my reviews

Warner Bros. short that edits pieces from three previous shorts together to make one. There's no story here. The United States Army, Navy, and Marine Corps bands perform music over stock war footage. There's also what looks like some footage from a WB war movie or short. "The Rear Gunner," according to IMDb. I'll take their word for it as I haven't seen it. The music is nice. The historic footage is also interesting to watch. Jean Negulesco is credited with direction as he directed the three shorts this compiles footage from. I'm sure history buffs will enjoy it a lot. Give it a shot if you catch it on TCM or find it online. If possible, seek out the three original shorts for more footage and music.


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