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The United States Navy Band

The United States Navy Band(1943)

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Brief Synopsis

This wartime short showcases the U.S. Navy Band performing naval and patriotic songs. Vitaphone Release 1080A.

Cast & Crew

Jean Negulesco Director
Rex Steele Film Editor
Dudley Chambers Music Supervisor
Vitaphone Production Company
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MPAA Ratings:  Premiere Info: 
Release Date:  1943 Production Date: 
Color/B&W:  Distributions Co: 
Sound:  Production Co:  Vitaphone .....Production Company, Warner Bros. Pictures .....Production Company, Warner Bros. Pictures .....Distributor, United States Navy Band .....Themselves
Duration(mins):  Country:  not available
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  • Coninue the tradition

    AliceContinue 2012-05-16

    I so agree with so many others, that movie shorts like this wonderfully patriotic one, should be shown as often as possible. These shorts, as well as the... MORE>

  • U.S. Navy band 1943 (short)

    Steve McDonald 2010-05-24

    Scheduled showing of this classic should be mandatory during Memorial Day Weekend. No excuse for it not being scheduled or shown. (2010 and every year) MORE>

  • US Navy Bands

    Craig Brewster 2007-12-12

    This short should be historic record. The bands, ships shown. Battle ships many were sank at Pearl Harbour and reborn to figth again. Wish TCM would make... MORE>