Wings for Maggie Ray
- Biography, History, Social Issues, Culture, and Human Interest
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.
- Running time
- 57 minutes
- Philip Paluso ... Director, Editor, Producer, Cinematographer, Writer
- Prod. Co.
- Medium Cool Pictures
- United States
- Release year
- Bronze Plaque Award from the Columbus (Ohio) Film Commission in conjunction with the Columbus International Film+Video Festival.
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