Sunday, July 31, 2011

BoxOffice July 31, 1943


""Walt Disney's film animation of Major Alexander de Seversky's widely-read book. 'Victory Through Air Power,' is an unusual document. More vivid than any text could be, it projects us through present history into a future where warfare has risen completely from the land and sea to make its Major de final decisions in the air alone. Seversky has no time to bother with

P. de Seversky. avi-

ation expert; Dr. Joaquim Pedro Salgado, minister of aeronautics of Braand Walter Gould. UA foreign zil, manager, at a private screening of Walt Disney's "Victory Through Air Poiver" in New York.

HARnisBURG, Pa. Walt Disney's "Victory Through Air Power" was shown Wednesday night at the executive mansion with Gov. Edward Martin and Mrs. Martin as


"Goeroge Pal Paramount

has purchased Dr. Seuss' book, That I Saw It on Mulberry Street," as one of his Puppetoon productions on the 1943-44 schedule."

"other exchanges of the country. He ranked second for the country in Disney cartoon bookings and tenth in short subject bookings."

"clude different rides and other novelties and appeals to parents to bring the children. Mention is always made of the cartoon."

"In his promotion of

—Walt Disney


attractive window displays secured in the luindow of Scribner's, New York, during the run of Walt Disney's current United Artists release, "Victory Through Air Power" at the Globe Theatre. Books about aviation. especially military, featured the display."

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