Hollywood Patriot, Ronald Reagan

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U.S. president, Ronald Reagan was first a successful Hollywood actor in many early films, including during the WW2 years. He was known above all else for his unyielding patriotism. These war shorts are from the National Archives.

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This is a collection of three war-themed documentary shorts in which Reagan participated. Each demonstrate his admiration and loyalty for his country. First on the bill is Recognition of the Japanese Zero Fighter (1943), about the experience of a U.S. military pilot who must learn to distinguish between American and Japanese aircraft. Next up is the 1943 Rear Gunner, with Reagan and Burgess Meredith examining the training of a WWII rear aerial gunner. Finally, 1963’s General Patton Story has “the great communicator” narrating a short biographical profile of General George S. Patton.

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1 review for Hollywood Patriot, Ronald Reagan

  1. rickyfreni

    Way before he was the 40th President of America, This collection of films shows the noteworthy Icon of US presidency during the years of war battle with Japan, as well as providing his own narration for a Biography Of General Patton.

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