Tag Archives: Patriotism

This is the Army (1943)

Second only to conservative talk radio in amount of Ronald Reagan content. Advertisements

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Sergeant York (1941)

A troublemaker finds God, becomes a World War I hero, and eventually gets himself a nice piece of “bottom land.”

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Yankee Doodle Dandy (1942)

Inspiring and patriotic, yet sadly, woefully and utterly devoid of anything even remotely related to a feather, hat or macaroni.

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Mr. Smith Goes to Washington (1939)

Jimmy Stewart goes up against a corrupt political network in Washington, D.C.  This was after he was made a Senator, but before he joined forces with Michael McLean for a Christmas special.

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