Tunisian Victory

Tunisian Victory - 1 - 2

Produced and directed by Frank Capra in late 1943 for the War Department and released April, 1944, by the OWI and the British Ministery of Information, 35mm black and white negative 1.33:1 screen ratio, mono sound, 83 min.

The film emphasized British-American unity in the North African TORCH landings in Nov. 1942, told through the narration of the British soldier "George" and the American soldier "Joe"; the film was the first joint film production of Frank Capra and the British, under Roy Boulting, produced after the enormous success of Boulting's 1943 British film Desert Victory.


revised 3/1/07 by Steven Schoenherr | Filmnotes