Sir Douglas Bader was a British pilot during WWII, who, after losing both of his legs, became a flying ace. The use of prosthesis was not an impediment to prove his value and wit; both when he was battling in the skies or as an inmate in the most inexpugnable Nazi prison. His rude and rebel spirit coupled with his will power and energy resulted in adoration and frustration in equal measures with his allies and enemies. His exceptional merits and career made him an inspirational hero. A human hero.
Narrator: Elizabeth Rose Morriss
Bader: Shawn Devlin
Halahan: Sean Ballantyne
Coach: Matthew Camp
Writer Biography – Jacobo Fe
-UCLA graduate student in Screenwriting & TV Writing.
-The youngest Spanish author with a published historical novel (at the age of 19).
-Awarded with the top Artistic/Writing Scholarships from Spain: Faro Program/Fulbright Singular Award/MMF Prize (2017/18/19) after completing three study fields (Film, Business Admin. & Law) in five countries (Spain, Italy, India, Thailand & the U.S).
-Achieved the highest national scores in Universal History, Philosophy & Art History in exams from Access University.