Anzacs in Overalls

Anzacs in Overalls is a 1941 Australian documentary film directed by Ken G. Hall.

Anzacs in Overalls
Directed byKen G. Hall
Produced byKen G. Hall
Written byTom Gurr
CinematographyBert Nicholas
Edited byWilliam Shepherd
Cinesound Productions
Department of Information
Release date
Running time
25 mins

According to the National Film and Sound Archive it is:

A propaganda and morale boosting production from WW2 that looks at the way the industrial and agricultural sectors of Australia helped the war effort. It emphasizes and encourages, through a narrator, the efforts put into production for the war effort by the Australian people through sacrifice, ingenuity, etc. It parallels production scenes with scenes of the items being used in war. There are scenes from: factories/foudaries; aircraft production; engine production; an Australian designed tank; gun and artillery production; production of the Owen gun; Universal carrier and other vehicle production; ship building; munitions production; and agricultural and food production.[1]


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