Budget Films

Stock Footage

Johnny Comes Marching Home

Several shots of doughboys marching in enormous parades through New York City following the end of World War I. General John J. Pershing salutes the men as they pass. Pretty nurses hand out flowers. John F. Hylan, the mayor of New York, waves to the crowds. Soon-to-be N.Y. governor Al Smith looks on.

IdentifierCLIP-3457
Duration50 sec
GenreDocumentary
DateMarch 1918
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