Propaganda films and movies in the public domain. A selection of the best propaganda movies in the public domain that you can find in our website, full movies for free.
A propaganda film is a film that involves some form of propaganda. Propaganda films spread and promote certain ideas that are usually religious, political, or cultural in nature. A propaganda film is made with the intent that the viewer will adopt the position promoted by the propagator and eventually take action towards making those ideas widely accepted. Propaganda films are popular mediums of propaganda due to their ability to easily reach a large audience in a short amount of time. They are also able to come in a variety of film types such as documentary, non-fiction, and newsreel, making it even easier to provide subjective content that may be deliberately misleading.
American educational film on civil defense against atomic and thermonuclear attack. Author: U.S. Federal Civil Defense Administration Please buy a subscription to watch this movie and hundreds more: Ready to watch? Click to create your membership. Watch anywhere. Cancel anytime. Monthly Subscription Yearly Subscription $5/month $50/year
American educational propaganda film. Please buy a subscription to watch this movie and hundreds more: Ready to watch? Click to create your membership. Watch anywhere. Cancel anytime. Monthly Subscription Yearly Subscription $5/month $50/year
How to Succeed With Brunettes, a 1967 short film produced by the US Navy to instruct its officers on proper dating etiquette. Sequel to Blondes Prefer Gentlemen (1965). Please buy a subscription to watch this movie and hundreds more: Ready to watch? Click to create your membership. Watch anywhere. Cancel anytime. Monthly Subscription Yearly Subscription $5/month $50/year
Blondes Prefer Gentlemen, 1965: This 1965 US Navy film seeks to educate young naval officers on proper dating etiquette. Please buy a subscription to watch this movie and hundreds more: Ready to watch? Click to create your membership. Watch anywhere. Cancel anytime. Monthly Subscription Yearly Subscription $5/month $50/year
Target for Today is a documentary film describing the preparation and mounting of a United States Army Air Forces raid on East Prussia It contains much combat footage of B-17 and B-24 bombers and named for the phrase used at briefings before air raids. The October 1943 footage was filmed during Eighth Air Force attacks on Nazi Germany industrial targets… Read more →
Don’t Be a Sucker is a short film produced by the United States Department of War released in 1943, and adapted as a slightly shorter version in 1947. It has anti-racist and anti-fascist themes, and was made to educate viewers about prejudice and discrimination. The film was also made to make the case for the desegregation of the United States… Read more →
The Memphis Belle: A Story of a Flying Fortress is a 1944 documentary film which ostensibly provides an account of the final mission of the crew of the Memphis Belle, a Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress. In May 1943 it became the first U.S. Army Air Forces heavy bomber to complete 25 missions over Europe and return to the United States…. Read more →
Red Nightmare is the best known title of the 1957 Armed Forces Information Film (AFIF) 120, Freedom and You. It was an anti-communist short presented as an educational film about the nature of Communism. The film’s chief use was to mold public opinion against communism. The film was later released to American television and as an educational film to American… Read more →
December 7th: The Movie is a 1943 propaganda film produced by the US Navy and directed by John Ford and Gregg Toland, about the December 7, 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor, the event which sparked the Pacific War and American involvement in World War II. Production background: The film begins with a chronological breakdown of the events of December 7,… Read more →
Undercover, also known as Undercover: How to Operate Behind Enemy Lines and How to Operate Behind Enemy Lines, is a 1943 Office of Strategic Services training film, directed by and featuring John Ford. It was edited by Ford’s longtime collaborator Robert Parrish. Undercover was Ford’s only sound film acting role, and was the first film ever produced by an intelligence… Read more →
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