Bing: Going My Way


Clyde “Upside Down” Pangborn was a fearless, barnstorming aviator who flew into history by piloting the first non-stop flight across the Pacific. He became a hero at a time when heroes mattered and legends were still being written. Produced and written by Mary DeCesare, directed and edited by Jim Zimmer and art directed by Michael Dixon, Upside-Down Pangborn, is a one hour KSPS Public Television documentary about this fascinating time in history. Awards: NETA Award, International Telly Award, Northwest Emmy Nomination. Awards: SPJ award for Best Documentary, Northwest Emmy Nomination, International Telly Award.

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