"Let There Be Light" (1946). Let's hope some astute revival programmers think of showcasing this great film, not just with John Huston's other classic war-time documentaries, "Report from the Aleutians" and "Battle of San Pietro," but with his intelligent and haunting biopic, "Freud." The War Department's ban on "Let There Be Light," an unsparing documentary about the psychological treatment of traumatized combat veterans, lasted for three and a half decades. Those of us who saw it on public television in the 1980s will never forget it. The Library says it "was blocked... because no effort was made during filming to disguise or mask the identities of combat veterans suffering from various forms of psychological trauma." Critic James Agee wrote, "the glaring obvious reason has not been mentioned: that any sane human being who saw the film would join the armed forces, if at all, with a straight face and a painfully maturing mind."