Hollywood Canteen - (Original Trailer)
Half of Hollywood pitches in to help a serviceman and a starlet find love at the Hollywood Canteen (1944)
Hollywood Canteen (1944) - Gettin' Corns For My Country
Patty Andrews is rescued from a gung-ho marine (James Flavin) by Sydney Greenstreet and Peter Lorre, joining sisters Laverne and Maxene for a tune by Jean Barry, Leah Worth and Dick Charles, in Warner Bros' tribute to the wartime volunteer project, Hollywood Canteen, 1944.
Hollywood Canteen (1944) - I Thought You Were Ann Sheridan
The original Hollywoodland sign appears in a montage of wartime Hollywood, as soldiers Slim and Nolan (Robert Hutton, Dane Clark) begin their adventure, Joe E. Brown the first celebrity met, early in the Warner Bros' salute to the movie industry morale project, Hollywood Canteen, 1944.
Hollywood Canteen (1944) - Dead Ringer For Joan Crawford
As fictional Sgt. Nolan, Dane Clark is transfixed by young Janis Paige (who was a popular regular attraction at the real club) who won't give up her name, then having better luck with Joan Crawford, in the Warner Bros' story about the Hollywood Canteen, 1944.
Never Surrender: World War Two In The Movies -- Hollywood Canteen (1944)
Introduction and comments following Hollywood Canteen, 1944, with TCMs Ben Mankiewicz and author Lynne Olson.
Ben Mankiewicz Intro -- Hollywood Canteen (1944)
Ben Mankiewicz introduces Hollywood Canteen, 1944.
Hollywood Canteen (1944) - Kiss Giver-Outer
In Bert Glennon's camera, Joan Leslie surely never looked prettier, as Bette Davis, "president" of the operation, and John Garfield, a leading volunteer, bend the rules so she can give a smooch to smitten G.I. "Slim" (Robert Hutton), in the Warner Bros' tale about the Hollywood Canteen, 1944.