The 1951 Universal Pictures film "Bright Victory" earned an academy award nomination for leading man Arthur Kennedy, who plays an army sergeant blinded by a sniper's bullet in 1943. The character's trials in coping with his blindness touch on themes of racism and disability issues unusual for a film of this era. A press photo issued by Universal at that time shows most of the cast members, including two who are blind characters, grouped around another character playing a pinball machine.


  • Title: photograph: Bright Victory
  • Date Created: 1951
  • Subject Keywords: pinball, man, woman
  • Type: Arcade Games
  • Medium: photograph

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