"Angel in a Foxhole" 

readies for 2019 film festivals!

"Angel in a Foxhole"

the short film story of

Smoky, The WWII Therapy Dog

The Angel in a Foxhole short film has wrapped!  Your generous support in honoring and supporting Smoky The War Dog is greatly appreciated!

The film's goal is to communicate:  

+ the therapeutic and healing value of therapy and service dogs to humans in need;

+ the loving and caring bonds between people, animals and people;

+ Smoky's contributions during WWII that saved lives and serviced others.

Smoky's original true story about WWII's Yorkshire Terrier and "Mascot of the South Pacific" was written by owner and trainer William A. Wynne, now 96, in his self-published book, Yorkie Doodle Dandy ©Smoky War Dog LLC, 7th ed.  A full feature film will be sought following 2019 film festivals.

Please consider a donation toward the remaining unfunded short film  post-production & film festival expenses.  Thank you!

© 2018 Studio A Films LLC 

Dean Love, Director & Co-Producer

John Purdy "Bill" & Elisabeth Yancey "Margie"


Marcello "Pilot" and "Bill"

Dave Tabar, Co-Producer

Angel in a Foxhole has been submitted to film festivals! 

Keep watching smokyfilm.com for updates on 2019 festival activities!

Hi, I'm John Purdy, "Bill Wynne" in "Angel in a Foxhole!"

Copyright © 2018 Studio A Films LLC

Photo courtesy Smoky War Dog LLC