"Dakota," a young soldier on a pass in New York City, visits the famed Stage Door Canteen, where famous stars of the theatre and films appear and host a recreational center for servicemen during the war. Dakota meets a pretty young hostess, Eileen, and they enjoy the many entertainers and a growing romance.
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He knows what he's fighting for. He's fighting for the kind of world in which you and he can live together in happiness and peace and love. Don't ever think about quitting. Don't ever stop for a minute... working, fighting,praying until we've got that kind of a world. For you, for him, for your children... for the whole human race. Days without end. Amen.
All rights granted by the American Theater Wing which gratefully acknowledges and credits the producers, stars and members of all the theatrical unions, guilds, crafts and associations for their participation in the creation and continuance of the original Stage Door Canteen. See more
In many public domain prints, the scene involving Sam Jaffe and some of our Russian allies is missing (victim of Cold War re-editing of historical fact), as is the scene with Johnny Roventini (no longer "politically correct" in this cancer-conscious age). See more
Marching Through Berlin
Music and Lyrics by Harry Miller
and Robert Reed
Based on "German National Anthem (Das Lied der Deutschen)"
(Also called "Deutschland Über Alles")
Music by Franz Joseph Haydn
from "String Quartet in C major (the Kaiser-Quartet), Op. 76 #3" (1797)
Lyrics by August Heinrich Hoffman von Fallersleben
Sung by Ethel Merman See more