With music and sound effects on disc.
"An eye for topical touches and a persistence that would shame the most aggressive news cameraman are responsible for Terry Manos's success in recording the V-E Day activities in New York City. Without the aid of a telephoto lens and balked at every turn by finicking guards, Mr. Manos's camera nevertheless caught the full flavor of the celebration in Times Square as well as some amazingly sharp studies of the personalities who participated in the program at Central Park. For ignoring the theoretical limitations often ascribed to the 8mm. camera and producing a well knit movie of a great historical event, praise is due to an enterprising amateur." Movie Makers, Dec. 1946, 488.
Reviewed in "Recent Reviews of Readers' Films" (Home Movies, Nov. 1947, 736).
The film won third prize in a Metropolitan Motion Picture Club "Novice Contest" in 1946 (Movie Makers, Aug. 1946, 307).
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