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Bob Hope: Entertaining the Troops

Bob Hope: Entertaining the Troops

Filmmaker Robert Mugge pays tribute to hundreds of American performers who assisted the military in World War II with rare period performances by beloved Jewish artists such as Jack Benny, Dinah Shore, Danny Kaye and Mel Blanc, plus Bob Hope, Bing Crosby, Dorothy Lamour, Frances Langford, the Andrews Sisters and Lena Horne, as well as a 1988 reunion of Bob Hope's WWII troupe of performers.

Directed by Robert Mugge
United States, 1988
Documentary, WWII, Arts & Culture, Music Dance
English
90 minutes

Bob Hope: Entertaining the Troops