Magic Lantern Media

Finding Sergeant Partridge

  • Grade Level: Upper Elementary (4-6)-Adult
  • Subjects: Culture & Traditions, Rights, Policy & Politics, Identity & Citizenship, Governance
  • Produced By: Winnipeg Film Group
  • Year: 2014
  • Country: Canada
  • Language: English
  • Running Time: 14m
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A granddaughter embarks on a search for her grandfather's roots and finds much more. Two Peter Partridges, two worlds apart, two families searching. This film tells the story of a granddaughter in England who embarks on a search for her grandfather's roots and finds much more. Solving her family's mystery unites her with a family she didn't know she had in The Pas, Manitoba ending their search for a brother they weren't sure existed.


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