Indiana University Libraries Moving Image Archive

The Price of Victory

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Description Nominated for a 1942 Oscar for Best Documentary Short.
"Henry A. Wallace, Vice President of the United States, explains the ideals we are fighting for and the price we must pay for victory. A condensation of the now famous speech which he delivered before the Free World Association in New York City on May 8, 1942." (War Films Bulletin of the Extension Division Indiana University, February, 1943, 33)
Includes footage of Winston Churchill and Franklin D. Roosevelt.
Creator U.S. Office of War Information Bureau of Motion Pictures
Paramount Pictures
Pine-Thomas Productions
Contributor Howard J. Green: adapted for the screen by; Ray Foster: Director of photography; Daniel Fapp: Director of photography; Howard A. Smith: edited by; William C. Swift: sound recording; Daniele Amfitheatrof: music score by; William H. Pine: directed by;
Date Issued 1942
Original Format 16mm print
Duration 13:36
Color/Black & White B&W
Sound/Silent Sound
Nation of Origin U.S.
Geographic Coverage New York, New York, U.S.
Temporal Coverage May 8, 1942