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Parents' World War II Love Letters Inspire Former Nyack Man's Film

Helen and Andrew Del Regno.
Helen and Andrew Del Regno. Photo Credit: Vic Del Regno

NYACK, N.Y. -- A man who used to live in Nyack has made a documentary about his parents wartime love letters while his father who was in the Navy served in the Pacific during World War II, according to lohud.com.

Around 600 correspondences went back and forth between Helen, who lived in Nyack, and Andrew Del Regno, letters their son Vic Del Regno first bound into books then made into the documentary, says lohud.com

Del Rigno will show the film titled "Till Then: a Journey through World War II Love Letters" on Monday at the New City Library, according to lohud.com

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