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It was WWII and the film capital was trying to adjust to blackouts, rationing, and millions of servicemen passing through town. Motion pictures, a powerful aide to the righteous allied cause, were being turned out by the hundreds. Studios conducted huge, glittering bond drives while formations of B-24s overhead dipped their wings. In the midst of all this, Hollywood stunt man Tom Driscoll, classified as 4-F and unable to do what he wanted most - fight for his country - was about to serve his country in a way he never expected. This is a fascinating story of a Hollywood long gone, when everyone banded against the enemy... Almost everyone.

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