So Proudly We Hail was a 1943 war movie produced by Paramount Pictures, and directed by Mark Sandrich. Starring Claudette Colbert, Paulette Goddard, and Veronica Lake, it follows the story of a group of Army nurses deployed to the Philippines during the Second World War. It featured the day-to-day experiences of the nurses giving aid and comfort to the injured soldiers. The most striking moment of the movie was perhaps the self-sacrifice made by one of the nurses to save the others.
The movie also presented love stories of some of the characters, most especially that of Colbert’s and George Reeves’. Movie fans of that time found the story very timely, especially since the Americans are pretty much aware of what was happening in Bataan and Corregidor. Being a war movie, the difficulties people experience during war were strongly depicted.
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