|Blood on the Sun - DVD |
"…an entertaining movie in the time-honored Cagney groove - tough, hard-hitting and explosive." - The New York Times. Loosely based on the real-life 1927 Tanaka scandal, this 1945 film stars James Cagney as an American newspaper editor in pre-World War II Tokyo who comes into possession of Japan's secret plans for world domination and - with judo fights performed by Cagney himself - must now find a way to warn the outside world. B&W, 1 hr. 34 min.
|Liberty Theatres of the United States Army, 1917-1919 |
Durham. Based on information drawn from a variety of government documents, camp newspapers and entertainment trade journals, this book provides an in-depth look at the 42 Liberty Theatres created by the U.S. War Department's Commission on Training Camp Activities during World War I to produce "morally uplifting" plays and movies for thousands of American troops. 227 pages, B&W photographs, 5¾"x 8¾", softcover.
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