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The film begins with a male narrator (Ray Milland) explaining where Midway Island is and its strategic importance. About five minutes into the film the format changes somewhat, with more leisurely pictures of the G.I.s at work on the island, and then a female voice over. The female voice over (Verna Felton) takes the personality of a middle aged woman from Springfield, Ohio, who is a mother-type figure pointing out how she recognizes a boy from her home town. The boy is Army Air Force pilot William E. "Junior" Kinney. Then stock footage of the Kinney family back home is introduced.

Abruptly the narrative turns to the battle itself with approximately five minutes dedicated to the defense of the island, the naval battle, and the aftermath. At the end the various known Japanese losses are shown (four aircraft carriers, battleships, aircraft etc.) and then brushed over with red paint.

The Battle of Midway is an Documentary, War movie that was released in 1942 and has a run time of 18 min. It has received poor reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 6.1.

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TV-PG
| 1942 | 18 min | 6.1/10
Cast
Henry Fonda, Jane Darwell, Logan Ramsey, James Roosevelt
Director
John Ford
Produced By
John Ford
Language
English
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