Best Documentary Movies of 1943


Swedes in America

7.3/10 IMDB

1943 documentary with Ingrid Bergman.

Starring: Ingrid Bergman ..
Directed by: Irving Lerner
Release date: 1943-11-08
Best Documentary Movies of 1943 : Storm


6.0/10 IMDB

A look at how the weather bureau tries to warn farmers and businessmen about approaching large storms. Although some precautions can be taken to lessen their impact, storms have to run their course, and there is really not much we can do about them.

Starring: John Nesbitt ..
Directed by: Paul Burnford
Release date: 1943-10-23
Best Documentary Movies of 1943 : Cameramen at War

Cameramen at War

6.4/10 IMDB

A tribute to the cameramen of the newsreel companies and the service film units, in the form of a compilation of film of the cameramen themselves, their training and some of their most dramatic film.

Starring: Raymond Glendenning, Harold Alexander, Teddy Ashwood ..
Directed by: Len Lye
Release date: 1943-01-01

Words and Actions

6.9/10 IMDB

Information on the different groups and organizations that are there to help the population during wartime.

Starring: Colin Wills ..
Directed by: Max Anderson
Release date: 1943-01-02
Best Documentary Movies of 1943 : Summer on the Farm

Summer on the Farm

6.6/10 IMDB

A look at the rural farming community during WW II and how farmers help stop food shortages during the war.

Directed by: Ralph Keene
Release date: 1943-01-02

At the Front in North Africa with the U.S. Army

6.1/10 IMDB

Documentary depicting and explaining the Allied campaign against the Germans in North Africa.

Directed by: John Ford
Release date: 1943-11-24
Best Documentary Movies of 1943 : Black Marketing

Black Marketing

5.3/10 IMDB

Documentary short film depicting government methods of detecting black marketeers during wartime rationing.

Directed by: William Castle
Release date: 1943-08-19

My Japan

5.1/10 IMDB

An odd bit of WWII propaganda in which an obviously Caucasian actor, using a fake Japanese accent, talks about the beauty of his homeland and how "his" people are different (and superior) to naive American soldiers. According to the narrator of the film, a US invasion of Japan would not succeed due to the superior fighting power of the Japanese people who, if forced, would retreat from the island and take up refuge in caves on mainland China.

Release date: 1943-09-23

Hemp for Victory

0.0/10 IMDB

An informational film produced to encourage farmers to grow hemp for the war effort during WW2. The film details the many industrial uses of hemp, including cloth and cordage, as well as a detailed history of the plant's use.

Starring: Lee D. Vickers ..
Directed by: Raymond Evans
Release date: 1943-01-01
Best Documentary Movies of 1943 : First Aid

First Aid

0.0/10 IMDB

This Pete Smith Specialty is a semihumorous look at basic first aid techniques for mishaps that often occur around the house. It was produced in cooperation with the Beverly Hills First Aid Unit of the American Red Cross Disaster Service. —David Glagovsky

Starring: Sally Eilers, Leila Hyams, Eileen Percy, Kenneth Brown, Frankie Manning ..
Directed by: Will Jason
Release date: 1943-01-02

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