originally released in 1945
black and white; 71 minutes
This film is an entertaining comedy about a retired Army Colonel (Charles Coburn) who goes to battle with the corrupt politicians of the small Georgia town of Fredericksville. Utilizing military tactics, the Colonel mobilizes the townsfolk to halt the renaming of a Confederate memorial site and prevent the destruction of an historic courthouse. Also starring Joan Bennett and William Eythe.
The picture and sound quality rates as a B (8/10), and is quite enjoyable if you are not looking for perfection.