Fascinating episode done in much the same style as earlier episode 'Amelia Earhart'(Who gets a mention) focuses on the famed Big Band leader Glenn Miller, who in 1944, gave up a successful and lucrative civilian career to join the Allied war effort in World War II, only to find himself dissatisfied and forlorn. Goes into revealing background about Miller's psychology and reputation, and how most people never really knew him. He tragically went missing on a routine airplane flight over the English Channel on his way to France with two others, none of whom were ever seen or heard from again. Not as well remembered as Amelia Earhart, this case is still most effective and poignant, and his music lived on after his demise...
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