Theirs Is The Glory (1946) | Episode 1 – FOF Podcast

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Theirs is the Glory from 1946. Robbie McGuire and Matthew Moss share their insights on the film's historical accuracy, unique production process, and cast.

Fighting On Film is a brand new podcast about classic and obscure war movies. Hosted by historians Matt Moss and Robbie McGuire (of RM Military History). In this first episode, we discuss an absolutely fascinating war film – Theirs Is The Glory, a 1946 telling of the story of the Battle of Arnhem. What makes the film unique is that it was filmed entirely on location and with a cast made up of soldiers who had fought at the battle!

Robbie and I discuss the unique production of the film, the weapons, kit, and equipment seen on screen, and some of our favorite scenes. We hope you enjoy our ramblings and we definitely encourage you to check Theirs Is The Glory out. You can purchase the DVD via our Amazon associate link here, not only do you get to watch this week’s film but support the show too! Buy Theirs Is The Glory DVD
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Here are some stills from the film:

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Thanks for listening!

Matthew Moss

Matthew Moss

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