The 2017 Horry County Museum Documentary Film Series continues with South Carolinians in WWII. A different film in the series will be shown every Wednesday starting on July 26th - September 20th at 1:00 p.m. This documentary is a collective remembrance of WWII, taken from personal stories of South Carolina veterans. Beginning with Pearl Harbor, the weaves together first person accounts of the first stages of the war and includes segments on Fort Jackson and the Citadel, as well as veterans Moffatt Burris and Theodore Bell of Columbia. Doolittle Raider Bill Farrow of Darlington, who became South Carolina's first hero after he was executed by the Japanese, is also featured.
The films are free to the public and will be shown at 1:00 pm every Wednesday at the Horry County museum, located at 805 Main Street in Conway.
The Horry County Museum Documentary Film Matinee will continue throughout 2017. For a full list of films, visit our website at 111.horrycountymuseum.org. For more information, call the Horry County museum at 843-915-5320 or email email@example.com