Ring of Steel (film)
|Ring of Steel|
|Directed by||Garson Kanin|
|Written by||Wallace Russell|
|Narrated by||Spencer Tracy|
|Music by||Morton Gould|
|Distributed by||Warner Brothers for U.S. Office for Emergency Management|
|April 7, 1942|
Ring of Steel (1942) is an Army recruiting film narrated by Spencer Tracy. The film was produced at the Long Island studio of the Army Signal Corps by Warner Brothers for the U.S. Office for Emergency Management.
The film uses stock footage with Tracy's voice-over narrating the story of America's military history from the perspective of the personification of the American soldier. The film starts with Lexington and Concord "Where I was born" through the First World War, listing the US military's achievement and urging young men to sign up.
- Ring of Steel at the Internet Movie Database
- The short film Ring of Steel is available for free download at the Internet Archive
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