So This Is Washington
So This Is Washington is a 1943 American film directed by Ray McCarey starring Chester Lauck. The film was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Sound Recording (James L. Fields). It is also known as Dollar A Year Man.
Abner Peabody runs the Jot 'Em Down general store in Pine Ridge, Arkansas. When listening to the radio one day, he hears Chester Marshall, head of the Civilian Aid on the War Effort Board, plead to the people and asking for help to come up with inventions and ideas that could be used to improve the life during war times.
|editor||W. Duncan Mansfield|
|keywords||department store fall farm general store house last day listening to the radio manufacture morning newspaper columnist old friend park bench press conference radio one store window the park bench wake up war effort war time wash|
|nomination||Academy Award for Best Sound Mixing|
|producer||Ben Hersh Jack William Motion|
|productionCompany||Jack Wm. Votion Productions|