This Is The Army - (Original Trailer)
Irving Berlin's giant Broadway revue This Is The Army (1943) featuring a galaxy of stars mixing with servicemen.
This Is The Army (1943) -- (Movie Clip) We're On Our Way!
George Murphy as impresario Jerry Jones is practically a stand-in for the real Irving Berlin, playing the composer of Berlin's own "Yip Yip Yaphank," from 1918, leading the cast of his all-soldier musical from Broadway to France, in a famous sequence from the fund-raiser musical This Is the Army, 1943.
This Is The Army (1943) -- (Movie Clip) This Is War!
Shortly after Pearl Harbor, Broadway pro Johnny (Ronald Reagan) drops in on his music-store employee gal Eileen (Joan Leslie) with big news, whereupon they see Frances Langford and co. perform "What Does He Look Like?" in Irving Berlin's This Is The Army, 1943.
This Is The Army (1943) -- (Movie Clip) The Romantic Thing To Do
One would be hard-pressed to question the sincerity the actors bring to the scene, Ronald Reagan as Johnnie and Joan Leslie as Eileen struggle with a wartime dilemma, New York, ca. 1942, the evening before he ships out, in the Irving Berlin fund-raiser musical This Is The Army, 1943.
This Is The Army (1943) -- (Movie Clip) Command Performance!
New York, 1917, Broadway star Jerry Jones (George Murphy) is on stage when his draft notice arrives backstage in what will be his last dance number for a while, Rosemary DeCamp his wife, in the Irving Berlin musical mashup fundraiser This Is The Army, 1943.
This Is The Army (1943) -- (Movie Clip) God Bless America!
Kate Smith's titanic delivery of Irving Berlin's "God Bless America," recreating her 1938 introduction of the song on her radio show, with a patriotic montage featuring Ronald Reagan and many more in Warner Bros.' Technicolor fundraiser for Army Emergency Relief, This Is The Army, 1943.
This Is The Army (1943) -- (Movie Clip) Opening, Mr. Irving Berlin
Opening credit sequence as befitting the 1943 Technicolor Irving Berlin/Warner Bros. musical, based on his Broadway and roadshow productions, the profits for everything going to the Army Emergency Relief fund, supporting soldiers and their families, from This Is The Army, 1943.