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Rescuers: Stories of Courage “Two Women”

Rescuers: Stories of Courage “Two Women” ★★★ 1997 (PG-13)

Fact-based drama about Gentiles who sheltered Jews from Nazi persecution during WWII. In “Mamusha” Perkins plays Gertruda, a Catholic nanny in Poland, who poses as the mother of her orphaned Jewish charge. “The Woman on the Bicycle” is Frenchwoman Marie-Rose (Ward), who works for the Resistance and hides a Jewish family in the attic of her home. 107m/C VHS . Elizabeth Perkins, Sela Ward, Fritz Weaver, Anne Jackson, Al Waxman, Gerard Parkes, Michael Landes; D: Peter Bogdanovich; W: Ernest Kinoy, Terry Norris; C: Miroslaw Baszak; M: Hummie Mann. CABLE

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