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Coast Guard Band Goes Hollywood

Members of the United States Coast Guard Band plan to march up the red carpet for the premiere of Disney's film, "The Finest Hours." (Harold Shapiro)
Members of the United States Coast Guard Band plan to march up the red carpet for the premiere of Disney's film, "The Finest Hours." (Harold Shapiro)

Members of the United States Coast Guard band, based in New London, Connecticut, are in California today. As Lori Mack from Here & Now contributor WNPR reports, they plan to march up the red carpet for the premiere of film “The Finest Hours.”

The Disney movie is based on a true story about a harrowing rescue by the Coast Guard in 1952 when two oil tankers were broken in half by a nor’easter off the coast of Massachusetts.

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