Warner Brothers film studios created these patriotic propaganda pieces for the United States: The Battle of Midway (1942, 18 minutes) directed by John Ford, Women in Defense (1941, 11 min.) narrated by Katharine Hepburn, Private Snafu: Fighting Tools (1943, 5 min.) directed by Bob Clampett, The White Cliffs of Dover (1942, 3 min.) featuring singer Sugar Kane, Diary of a Sergeant (1945, 26 min.) about returning veteran and double amputee Harold Russell, Autobiography of a Jeep (1943, 10 min.) a lighthearted look at basic military transportation directed by Irving Lerner (see also AV # 65304), and This is Korea! (1951, 49 min.) stark images of the Korean War, directed by John Ford.