"Remember Pearl Harbor! Keep Em Rolling!"
Keep Em Rolling is a public service old time radio show to keep support for the troops and is subtitled "A Defense Show With A Vengeance." The War Production Board co-created Keep Em Rolling to inform the public about America's United War Effort during WWII.
The music in Keep Em Rolling is patriotic and urges Americans to join the war effort whether it be through military service, buying war bonds, or volunteering for Civil Defense. Some songs include "Anthem In The Sky," " Buckle Down You Yankees," and "I Am An American." Skits by top radio writers are performed including "This Precious Freedom" by Arch Oboler.
George S. Kaufman (later Clifton Fadiman) hosts and interviews key military members, public figures, and strategists including Eleanor Roosevelt, Administrator of the O. P. A., Leon Hendersonk, Albert Rice (US Navy), High Commissioner of the Philippines Francis Sayer and more. Guests explain such topics as the reasoning of price freezes to bombing campaigns in the Pacific, to how to join the Navy.
For more WWII-era bond-sales related shows, see also: Any Bonds Today?, Four for the Fifth, Guest Star Radio, Keep Em Rollin, Music for Millions, New World A-Coming, Over Here, These are Our Men, Treasury Salute, and Treasury Star Parade.