Where's My Man To-Nite
From the CUL Digital Collection: "As World War II breaks out, young Rodney is reluctant to enlist, in spite of the militaristic exhortations of his Grandpa. Finally, he is drafted and does basic training at an Arizona desert camp. While accused of going AWOL, he stumbles on a nest of Japanese spies, whom he captures with the feisty aid of Grandpa, who just happened to be on his way for a visit. Grandpa dies, but Rodney is feted as a hero."
Tyler, Texas Black Film Collection
G. William Jones Film and Video Collection, Southern Methodist University
Jenkins and Bourgeois, "Where's My Man To-Nite" (1943). Films. 15.