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 Sgt. Stubby: An American Hero is now available for private screenings in the Giant Screen Theater!

The National Infantry Museum Foundation, a proud partner of Fun Academy Motion Pictures, is now offering the Columbus – based studio’s new animated family film Sgt. Stubby: An American Hero to groups for private screenings. This movie, based on the true story of a loveable mutt whose actions during World War I made him a war hero, has received widespread acclaim for both storytelling and production. It deftly balances educational and entertainment value, making it a perfect film for school groups, scouts, church groups, seniors, veterans’ organizations, pet rescue groups – just about any audience . Moviegoers’ enjoyment of Sgt. Stubby will be enhanced by the state-of-the-art features of the National Infantry Museum’s Giant Screen Theater. It features Christie Digital’s cutting edge 6P laser light projection technology and a screen that measures 40ʹ tall and 72ʹ wide. The theater’s revolutionary technology delivers stunning 4K resolution and the truest, brightest, boldest 3D images ever produced for the giant screen. School group pricing is $6 per ticket. Teachers should contact the Foundation’s Education office for booking details. All other groups will pay $9 per ticket. Non-school group reservations can be made through the Foundation’s Events Department. Contact information can be found below. A minimum of 50 tickets must be sold for a daytime screening of Sgt. Stubby. A 60-ticket minimum will be required for after-hours screenings.

About Sgt. Stubby: An American Hero … With the “War to End all Wars” looming, the life of Army “doughboy” Robert Conroy (voiced by Logan Lerman) is forever changed when a little stray dog with a stubby tail wanders into a training camp in New Haven, Conn. Conroy gives his new friend a meal, a name, a family and t he chance to embark on an adventure that would define a century. Narrated by Robert’s sister Margaret (Helena Bonham Carter), Stubby and his new best friend quickly find themselves in the trenches of France. Befriended by French poilu Soldier Gaston Baptiste (Gerard Dép ardieu), Stubby accompanies the duo along their epic journey through harsh conditions and incredible acts of courage. For valorous actions above and beyond his small stature, Stubby is recognized as the most decorated dog in history and the first dog promo ted to the rank of Sergeant in the U.S. Army, showing the world that the greatest heroes can come from the unlikeliest of places.

About the Real – Life Stubby … Before he was a hero, Stubby was homeless, unwanted, unwashed and unloved, scrounging for scraps on the streets of New Haven, Conn. in 1917 — Until he was taken in by Private First Class Robert Conroy of the 102nd Infantry Regiment, 26th “Yankee” Division. In France, Stubby saw frontline action in four offensives and 17 battles. He found wounded Soldiers, saved an entire company by alerting the men to don gas masks and even caught a German spy. After the recapture of Château – Thierry, the women of the town made him an embroidered jacket that would serve as Stubby’s uniform and display his numerous awards throughout the rest of his career. His exploits made front – page news in the U.S. and earned him the rank of Sergeant, the first time an animal is recognized as having been promoted through combat. Returning home to a hero’s welcome, Stubby and Conroy tou red the country leading victory parades and met three sitting U.S. presidents, among other honors.

CONTACT INFORMATION 
School Groups
National Infantry Museum Foundation Education Department
706 – 685 – 5814

 

Non-School Groups
National Infantry Museum Foundation Events Department
706 – 685 – 5809
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