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A horse with rider jumping over an obstacle. A scientific film made for the Prussian army to help their soldiers improve their horseback riding technique.

The first military revue of King Frederik VIII is captured on film.

At the beginning of Sumadijska street in the vicinity of Slavija Square on the 11th August 1913, the Serbian victorious army from the Second Balkan War led by the Crown Prince Alexander Karadjordjevic was given a huge welcome by the highest military and political authorities of Serbia and Belgrade, representatives of civil organizations and national institutions, as well as several tens of thousands of people from Belgrade, Serbia and Vojvodina.

Thy Name Is Woman

February 4, 1924

A Spanish soldier seduces and falls in love with the young wife of a smuggler.

Slavia L-Brox

May 13, 1927

A Woman of Experience

August 6, 1931

It is 1915 in Vienna and the Great War has caused many casualties. Elsa, a beautiful prostitute, wants to help the war effort, but is rejected as a nurse, but a government official thinks that she will make an excellent spy.

Pride of the Marines

April 2, 1936

A Marine sacrifices his adopted son and his girlfriend so that they might find a new and more prosperous life.

Join the Marines

January 25, 1937

New York City cop Phil Donlon leaves the force to join the U.S. Olympic team. When he falls for a Marine colonel's daughter he gets kicked off the team. Joining the Marines to win the Colonel's approval many adventures follow.

Ants in the Plants

March 14, 1940

A classic about an anteater who makes life rough for a colony of ants. In the ant community, the queen spreads warnings of their greatest enemy, the Anteater. "He's a menace, he's a brute, he will scoop you with his snoot." Their motto is "make him yell uncle," which they do when the anteater invades them. Theme - Make him yell uncle! Uncle! Yeah! Just kick him in the snoot! We'll kick him in the snoot! For our brothers and our sisters and our nephews and our cousins and our aunts! Make him yell uncle! Uncle! Yeah! Just let him feel your boot! We'll let him feel our boot! For our brothers and our sisters and our nephews and our cousins and our aunts! We're not a-scared of anything at all! We're not a-scared of anything at all! If we see him first! Make him yell uncle! Uncle! Yeah! Just bust him in the snoot! We'll bust him in the snoot! For our brothers and our sisters and our nephews and our cousins and our aunts! We'll make him yell uncle, yeah!

Alle man på post

November 6, 1940

Army Champions

October 11, 1941

This Pete Smith Specialty short focuses on the young men who have signed up for the U.S. Army. The film uses the analogy of the speed, accuracy, and teamwork of sports and how these qualities are translated into the weapons training of American soldiers. We watch target practice by Army personnel with shoulder weapons, mortars, and various artillery pieces.

Army Surgeon

December 4, 1942

Drama about military doctors and nurses during wartime.

By popular consensus, Allan Jones' best Universal mini-musical of the 1940s was the timely When Johnny Comes Marching Home. Jones is cast as war hero Johnny Kovacs, who wearies of the adulation heaped upon him and takes refuge under an assumed name in a theatrical boarding house. Here he befriends orchestra leader Phil Spitalny and his all-girl aggregation, including the inimitable Evelyn and Her Magic Violin. When Army officials trace Johnny to the boarding house, his new friends assume that he's a deserter and try to convince him to return to duty.

P-38 Flight Characteristics

January 1, 1943

Training film for pilots of the Lockheed P-38 Lightning pursuit aircraft, focusing particularly on flight characteristics during operation on only one engine.

Army

December 7, 1944

A widow raises her sickly son to be strong enough to join the army and fight on the front lines.

I Was a Criminal

January 1, 1945

In Prussia shoemaker Voight needs a residence permit to get a job, but can only get a job if he already has a permit. He dons a captain's uniform to order a platoon of soldiers to Koepenick to take over the Town Hall to get his permit.

Son of the Regiment

October 16, 1946

During the war years, russian soldiers pick up an orphaned boy. He refuses to go to the rear and becomes a scout, and then remains with the artillery battery. When the calculation of the battery dies in battle with the German tanks that have broken through, Vanya is sent to the Suvorov School, whose students participate in a military parade on Red Square.

Här kommer vi ...

October 18, 1947

The actor Robert Berg is just about to get his dream role on the big stage in Stockholm when he gets called to the military service.

Fort Apache

June 14, 1948

In John Ford's sombre exploration the mythology of American heroes, he slowly reveals the character of Owen Thursday, who sees his new posting to the desolate Fort Apache as a chance to claim the military honour which he believes is rightfully his. Arrogant, obsessed with military form and ultimately self-destructive, Thursday attempts to destroy the Apache chief Cochise after luring him across the border from Mexico, against the advice of his subordinates.

A Foreign Affair

August 20, 1948

In occupied Berlin, an army captain is torn between an ex-Nazi cafe singer and the U.S. congresswoman investigating her.

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