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The Four Freedoms
Remind Me

The Cummington Story

This docudrama short, part of a series called "The American Scene" produced by the U.S. Information Service Motion Picture Bureau, focuses on a small town in Massachusetts and how its citizens react to World War II refugees. Local institutions including a church, town hall and grocery store play important roles in leading the townspeople to change their attitude from resentment to acceptance.



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