Come sail away with me, lads

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“Morning Light: Making the Cut,” a one-hour documentary about how 15 kids were picked and trained to sail a high-tech, high-performance 52-foot boat in last year’s TransPac race from L.A. to Hawaii, airs today on ESPN2 (5 p.m.), with repeats on Thursday at 5 p.m. and 9 p.m.

This is a prequel to the documentary film “Morning Light,” produced by Roy E. Disney and Leslie DeMeuse, who recruited the sailors and documented their 2,500-mile journey from start to finish. That film hits theaters nationwide Friday, Oct. 17.

==View the movie trailer here (linked here)
==More about the Transpac race (linked here)

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  • MODEVIL

    The real story behind Morning Light is off screen between Leslie and Roy Disney…..or Mr. and Mrs. Disney as they are now known. 50 year marriage between Roy and his first wife done.