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March 26, 2011

Women In Uniform Clip From Saving America by Pony Tale Films

By RetroRuth

183546_135735086494483_135734749827850_209697_8195473_nI am not sure how many of you have seen the trailer or clips from the documentary Saving America: A Diary of a Generation by Pony Tale Films, but if you haven’t seen anything about it and you are interested in WWII history and culture, then this is your lucky day. 

I am not sure if they have a website for the film, which is currently in production, but I snagged this blurb off their FB page:

“SAVING AMERICA: Diary of a Generation, is an independently produced documentary by Pony Tale Films. This documentary honors those who lived during World War II by allowing them to tell their stories, in their own words. These stories will be saved so future generations may learn, first hand, about the generation who had an unparalleled sense of duty.”

The trailer for the movie always brings a tear to my eye, and I find this kind of thing absolutely wonderful, so I was incredibly pleased to see a new clip pop up on their page recently.  Take a look at this clip, “Women In Uniform” and you can’t help but be moved and fascinated!

Make sure you friend Ponytail Films on FB to get more great clips and updates on when the whole documentary is coming out!

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4 Responses to Women In Uniform Clip From Saving America by Pony Tale Films

  1. blackberry Reply

    March 26, 2011 at 9:21 pm

    Thank you.

  2. jamie in Hollywood Reply

    March 27, 2011 at 5:57 pm

    I am grateful for this link. Usually this is a light hearted column but this is important and so welcome. We have this kind of freedom to laugh and enjoy because of the sacrifice of others. Thank you.

  3. Eartha Kitsch Reply

    March 31, 2011 at 8:50 pm

    That looks absolutely amazing. Thanks for passing the word.

  4. cotty Reply

    September 6, 2011 at 7:26 pm

    Thank You very much for sharing this. My husband is a combat disable Veteran, He is our Hero. Very few people realize the sacrifices our Military Men and Women have to endure and their Families too. Thank You!!!

    Cotty

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