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Thursday, November 5, 2015 Free Streaming Movie Site Adds War Film Collection Adds War Film Collection
Free Streaming Movie Site Adds Over 20 Films

New York, NY ... Timed for Veteran's Day and Pearl Harbor Day, two of America's most important wartime observances, M&M Television, Inc. announced the addition of a new War Film category to the free, streaming online collection of classic movies. researched film archives to bring together in one collection the many faces of war - the soldiers, the civilians, the strategies, the struggles and the despairing cost of War on the human condition. Against a backdrop of political and social conflict, the War Collection includes films of drama, adventure, action, romance and comedy from settings in America's Civil War, through World Wars I and II, the Korean conflict, Vietnam, the Cold War - all the way up to today's agonizing unrest in the Middle East.'s collection of War Movies now include such classics as the 1932 adaptation of Ernest Hemmingway's "A Farewell to Arms" staring Gary Cooper and Helen Hayes, and Alfred Hitchcock's iconic 1936 interpretation of Somerset Maugham's writings in "Secret Agent" staring John Gielgud, Peter Lorre and Robert Young.

Also included in the collection is the disturbing 1959 WWII film, "The Bridge," a gripping story where teenaged Germans---conscripted into the losing Nazi army --- are pitted against advancing Allied soldiers as they defend a bridge to their beloved city. This film won an Oscar as Best Foreign Film of 1960.

Carlo Ponti's poignant interpretation of the brutality of War is presented in Sophia Loren's breakout performance in "Two Women" the story of a mother and daughter's abuse during the German occupation of Italy during the Second World War. The psychological conflicts of training soldiers for battle is explored in Jack Webb's "The D.I." in which the soldier and the drill instructor's lives are forever changed.

In all, this new collection contains over twenty titles. is wholly owned and operated by parent company M&M Television, Inc. and is based in Fayetteville, North Carolina with marketing and press representation in New York City.


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