|Toledo duo film family Prohibition legend|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Thursday, 10 July 2014 09:24|
TOLEDO - "Holy Toledo," a short film on Toledo during Prohibition, will get its premiere Tuesday at 7 p.m. at the Ohio Theatre, 3114 Lagrange St.
Written by native Toledoans and cousins Charissa Gracyk and Gillian Perdeau, the short film about Prohibition Toledo is based on the girls' great Uncle William Wallace who stored liquor for rival bootleggers Jack Kennedy and Yonnie Licavoli.
The filmmakers decided to take stories passed down through their family over the years and create a movie that intertwines with the infamous.
They plan to film the full-length feature, "Holy Toledo: Jack Kennedy's Story," entirely in Toledo as soon as financing is secured.
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