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A Carrier Comes Home

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Sound | c. 1940-45

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  •  Yvonne de Carlo 
  •  Dale Evans 
  •  Danny Kaye 
 
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Produced by the United States Army Signal Corps' Army Pictorial Service, Army-Navy Screen Magazine was a news and entertainment film series produced for U. S. servicemen during World War II. This edition of the Screen Magazine details a visit by the Hollywood Victory Committee to a naval destroyer in port for repairs before returning to the Pacific theater. Dick Powell, Yvonne de Carlo, Danny Kaye, and Uvalde native Dale Evans perform for an enthusiastic audience of young sailors. Founded in 1941 during World War II, the Hollywood Victory Committee enabled entertainers from the film, theater, television, and radio world to contribute to the war effort by providing morale-boosting entertainment for troops in the armed services.