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Wings for Maggie Ray

The Story of a Woman Who Stood Her Ground...and Reached for the Sky
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Overview

Genre
Biography, History, Social Issues, Culture, and Human Interest
Synopsis

WINGS FOR MAGGIE RAY is an award-winning documentary film about an Indiana farm girl who answered her country's call to duty and became a flying legend.

Here is the compelling true story of Margaret Ringenberg, World War II WASP pilot, and later renowned long-distance aviation racer, as told through insightful interviews, exciting re-enactments, and meticulously researched and some never-before-seen photos and film.

Witness how this aviation trailblazer from America's heartland became, in a time of war and beyond, a shining example of our nation's greatest generation.

WINGS FOR MAGGIE RAY currently airs on PBS stations nationwide and won a Bronze Plaque Award from the Columbus (Ohio) Film Commission in conjunction with the Columbus International Film+Video Festival.

Stage
finished
Running time
57 minutes

Credits

  • Philip Paluso ... Director, Editor, Producer, Cinematographer, Writer

Production Details

Prod. Co.
Medium Cool Pictures
Country
United States

Distribution Details

Release year
2012
Awards
Bronze Plaque Award from the Columbus (Ohio) Film Commission in conjunction with the Columbus International Film+Video Festival.

Photos

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