Rosie the Riveter (1943)

Not Rated   |    |  Short, Musical


Rosie the Riveter (1943) Poster

Ancestors of music videos, YANKEE DOODLER, ROSIE THE RIVETER, and DEAR ARABELLA were made during World War II for coin-operated jukebox devices found in restaurants, bars and train stations... See full summary »


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2 August 2009 | tavm
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| Rosie the Riveter is another fascinating Soundie made during World War II
Just watched this Soundie which was directed by one John C. Graham on the DVD collection called "Saved from the Flames". It features the Cappy Barra Boys and the Smoothies Trio (credited as Babs, Charlie, and Little in the beginning titles) singing about while other women are enjoying their drinks, the title character-who we see in inserts when she's mentioned-is busy working day and night to support her man by working on the shipyards and purchasing war bonds. That's all that we see since this was one of those World War II "videos" meant to show support for our country's war efforts. Quite an entertaining capsule of what we played in jukeboxes put in bars, restaurants, and train stations. So on that note, Rosie the Riveter is well worth a look.

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Short | Musical

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1943

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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