Ronald Reagan is Narrator (voice) in "Target Tokyo"
Target Tokyo (originally known as Special Film Project 153) is a 1945 American World War II Allied propaganda film.
The film stars Ronald Reagan as the narrator. Reagan starred in and narrated many World War II-related films. The film, produced by the Army Air Forces portrays the travels of an aircraft bomber and its crew from training to the bombing of Japan.
In 1944, the U.S. deployed its new aviation wonder, the B-29 bomber. "We loved it," pilot Harry George would later recall. The seventy-ton Superfortress traveled farther and faster than previous bombers, and came equipped with remote-control guns and pressurized cabins.