The Restorers – Season 1: Now Available Through Amazon Prime

The Oklahoma-based WWII Airborne Demonstration Team loads up for a dawn C-47 jump. Learn more about this important aviation history organization and others by watching The Restorers on Amazon Prime. (photo via The Restorers Series LLC)
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The producers of the Emmy Award winning PBS hits Beyond The Powder and Red Tail Reborn now have a new historical aviation series available online to viewers in the U.S.; The Restorers – Season 1. The documentary series is now available through the Amazon Prime streaming service.

The Restorers – Season 1 is the original aviation series that started it all.

This exciting, award-winning series examines warbird and vintage aircraft restorers and the planes they resurrect from the graves of history. Each one hour episode follows a theme and contains several related stories within. The first season’s five episodes are titled: Living History, Aircraft Recovery, The Aviatrix, Aviation Destinations, and They Were All Volunteers.

Scenes depicted in the episodes include the following…

Jim Lauria of the Commemorative Air Force – Minnesota Wing states, “Each of these aircraft have a soul of their own. And when it stops flying it’s just like we stop living. We wanna be able to keep flying them.”

The Restorers – Season 1 is available to Amazon Prime Video subscribers.

For those outside the USA, The Restorers – Season 1 is being distributed by Principal Media, both in broadcast and VOD arenas.

 

The Restorers – Now on Amazon Prime from Hemlock Films on Vimeo.

Helpful links:

www.TheRestorers.com

www.hemlockfilms.com

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Richard Mallory Allnutt's aviation passion ignited at the 1974 Farnborough Airshow. Raised in 1970s Britain, he was immersed in WWII aviation lore. Moving to Washington DC, he frequented the Smithsonian’s National Air & Space Museum, meeting aviation legends.

After grad school, Richard worked for Lockheed-Martin but stayed devoted to aviation, volunteering at museums and honing his photography skills. In 2013, he became the founding editor of Warbirds News, now Vintage Aviation News. With around 800 articles written, he focuses on supporting grassroots aviation groups.

Richard values the connections made in the aviation community and is proud to help grow Vintage Aviation News.

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About Richard Mallory Allnutt (Chief Editor) 1060 Articles
Richard Mallory Allnutt's aviation passion ignited at the 1974 Farnborough Airshow. Raised in 1970s Britain, he was immersed in WWII aviation lore. Moving to Washington DC, he frequented the Smithsonian’s National Air & Space Museum, meeting aviation legends. After grad school, Richard worked for Lockheed-Martin but stayed devoted to aviation, volunteering at museums and honing his photography skills. In 2013, he became the founding editor of Warbirds News, now Vintage Aviation News. With around 800 articles written, he focuses on supporting grassroots aviation groups. Richard values the connections made in the aviation community and is proud to help grow Vintage Aviation News.

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