The House I Live In is a ten-minute short film written by Albert Maltz, produced by Frank Ross and Mervyn LeRoy, and starring Frank Sinatra. Made to oppose anti-Semitism and racial prejudice at the end of World War II, it received an Honorary Academy Award and a special Golden Globe award in 1946. In 2007, this film was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant". Sinatra, apparently playing himself, takes a "smoke" break from a recording session. He sees more than 10 boys...
|Release date:||November 9, 1945|
|Directed by:||Mervyn LeRoy|
|Music by:||Earl Robinson|
|Cinematography:||Robert De Grasse|
|Genre:||Short Film, Musical|