Christopher van der Meyden’s review published on Letterboxd :
I watched this film for a history seminar on the 40s and 50s in America. While I would never have watched it on my on, I rather liked the message. "Religion makes no difference except for Nazis and someone who is stupid." Of course, it is a simple message, set out to be used in a propagandistic way, but it can be fun to take it and look on modern America. It would love to see reactions by any presidential candidate when shown this film.
Nice historical document for the short period, when religious tolerance was something favorable in the USA.