Wanda the Wonderful
The True Story of a 1920's Era Female Wild-West Sharpshooter

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Carolyn

I grew up hearing stories about Wanda, a taboo topic, my sharp shooting Grandmother I never met. Her restlessness and independence inspired me and I wanted to find out more. This film is the result of that search.

Wanda’s story is important because she was a woman who dared to stand ...Read more

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