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Jamboree(1954)

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  • What a wonderful world!

    • Joe Ames
    • 1/22/18

    This is something every boy scout should see in all its technicolor glory. The opening march, by the Bill Mitchell Boys Chorus, is the embodiment of everything Boy Scouts of America once believed and forged in our young men. The film itself conveys excitement and thrill as boys, young men actually, by the tens of thousands traveled to a farm field in California to meet and work and knock around with fellow boy scouts from all over the world.There is a poignancy, unavoidable in the 21st Century: thanks to the actions of a relatively few autocrats that mock the Oath and Law while pretending to uphold it, boy scouting like this -- confident, masculine, "fun" of a kind known only by those who came of age in the Before TIme -- will never be seen again. But who knows? Since the rediscovery of this Hollywood blockbuster (wait until you see the all-star cast), and today's boy scouts and their parents see the actual potential of American boyhood growing into the kind of men that conquered the moon, they may want it for themselves, just as we did and do.Lyrics to the opening march: On my honor as a Scout, I'll be loyal, brave and stout Lend a helping hand, let truth command Take a fighting stand for those in need! Clean in body, clean in mind Always honest, always kind I will do my duty to my God and country On my honor as a Scout !

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