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CU APPLICATION FILLED OUT BY MARY SMITH, SUPERIMPOSED BY MONTAGE OF HANDS WORKING WITH TOOLS
MS MARY SMITH WORKING ON AIRPLANE ENGINE WITH OTHER WOMEN 1942
MONTAGE WOMEN IN DEFENSE PLANT WORKING AT THEIR WORK BENCHES
CU WOMAN WITH GOGGLES DOING SMALL WELDING JOB
MS PIONEER WOMAN DRIVING COVERED WAGON (ACTRESS-
CU MARY SMITH, WHILE WORKING ON PLANE, TELLS SHE WAS A LIBRARIAN & HER HUSBAND WAS KILLED AT PEARL HARBOR.
"I LOST HIM, I DON'T WANT TO LOSE AMERICA, TOO."
MONTAGE WOMEN WORKING AT VARIOUS TASKS AS NARRATOR TELLS THAT "WINNING OR LOSING THE WAR MAY DEPEND ON AMERICAN WOMEN."
SEQUENCE ENDS WITH NARRATOR ASKING, "WHAT IS YOUR ANSWER?" AND CHORUS SINGS OUT, "VICTORY, VICTORY, VICTORY."
MS MARY SMITH STANDING ON WING OF PLANE, LOOKING OUT TO SKY. ENDING IN A SONG, "NAVY PLANE."
MONTAGE NAVY PBY AND OTHER NAVY PLANES IN FLIGHT
MONTAGE SQUADRON OF PLANES TAXI FOR TAKE OFF AS THE WORDS OF THE SONG ARE SHOWN ON THE SCREEN
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