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Play It Again, In Casablanca

All-time greatest film Casablanca was propaganda for a pro-Free French stance, while US policy continued to favor Vichy.
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Patton Interpretation: Crash Course

General George S. Patton – larger than life, and forever etched in our memory by George C. Scott’s role in front of a monumental American flag – was the focus of the audience at Casablanca’s Villa des Arts, thanks to the people of Dar America.
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