RumDum Productions is named after one of the B-17s that my grandfather piloted. Howard Muchow was the co-pilot of the ill-fated Armbruster crew. Most of the crew was lost in a mid-air collision in a B-17 named "Mr. Lucky." The tailgunner, Joe Frank Jones, survived falling 13,000 feet in the tail section and was rescued by Belgian farmers who had witnessed the collision. The B-17 "Rum Dum," was one of the 385th Bomb Group's more famous planes, having flown 105 missions without an abort- it's last mission was piloted by my grandfather.
RumDum Productions was established in 2013. with a short film entitled "Three Doors Down." The company has branched into audiobooks, primarily publishing WWII stories.
RumDum Productions is collaborating with B-17 Archaeology on a series entitled "Surviving B-17's." Each episode will preserve the history of one of the 50 last remaining B-17s of WWII.
RumDum Productions is also a supporter of VetFlicks and Impact Releasing, bringing Veteran generated content and stories to theaters and homes around the world.
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Lt Col Howard Muchow's memoir of a young, newly married, and terribly homesick pilot in the 8th Army Air Corps, stationed "somewhere in England." He weaves his experiences during his tour thru the love letters he sent back to his wife along with the recollections of what really happened.
It all began with a letter from a stranger. A single message from across the Atlantic launched a journey of discovery to an unknown chapter of Marie Le Febvre's family's past - a chapter filled with extraordinary courage and unexpected connections. Marie's journey uncovered a heritage of risking and resisting during World War II, and forged in her a new understanding of freedom.
available on Amazon, iTunes, and wherever online audiobooks are sold
CD version available upon request thru this site
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