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Ueonsod undor U.S. Patoni ^ Ml M P I Hollywood Experts Work Under Fire to Film War in Italy By THOMAS R. HENRY, Star War Correspondent. ALGIERS, Jan. 0 (By Mail).— Working almost dally under fire, some of Hollywood’s best known cameramen and directors are pho tographing an epic picture of the Italian campaign from the moment of the Salerno landing. They expect the grand climax of the film to be the entrance of American troops into Rome. The film is due to a direct suggestion of President Roosevelt that the war should be portrayed in all its grimness by some of the foremost masters of the art. Generally directing the work, al though not in Italy at this time, are Col. Frank Capra, director of "Mr. Deeds Goes to Town.” and other hits, and Lt. Col. Anatole Litvak, filmer of “Battle of Rus sia,” and Maj. George Stevens, well known Hollywood director. Experienced Hollywood Men. Heading ^he staff in Italy are Majs. Thornton Freeland and Gordon Rigby, Capt. John Huston, son of Walter Huston, the actor, and Capts. Ray Scott and Charles Grayson. All have long experience in Hollywood productions. Col laborating with them is Maj. David McDonald of the British Army, filmer of “Desert Victory,” which is considered the nearest approach yet made to the kind of picture the President desires. Among the cameramen are Sergt. Robert Hopkins of Washington, son of Harry Hopkins, and Corpl. Bern Bernard, producer with Orson Welles of “'Native Son." Also working on the picture is Pvt. Em manuel Essman, in civilian life one of New York's best known stage directors. Up to date one of the staff has! been killed in action and several: have been wounded. Sergt. Hopkins was in a hospital for a time with pneumonia and when discharged was routed back to a replacement station. Fearing he would lose his place with the outfit he jumped the truck and was back on the front line with his camera the next morn ing, his comrades say. Action Difficult to Portray. A realistic picture of the fighting in Italy which at the same time will not bore the audience calls for the best talents of cameramen and directors, fllmers of the picture ex plain. The public has been con ditioned to the war picture which shows action. But in this campaign it is practically impossible to por tray action. For example, the most striking scene of the war to date was probably tile attack by troops of the 36th Division about a month ago. It was an ideal set-up for the cameraman—a post on a high, shell swept mountop overlooking an amphitheater in which the fighting was taking place. But absolutely nothing—except for an abortive tank charge—was visible except the roll-! ing artillery barrages. The soldiers of both sides were hidden in the woods, creeping toward one another from tree to tree. But out of this a scene was filmed by the experts that will be one of the features of the production. 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