When it seemed like things couldnâ€™t get worse, they got worse.
From the oil boom of the 1970s to the failure of Penn Square Bank in 1982 to the bombing of the Murrah Federal Building in 1995, this inspiring, feature-length documentary sheds light on the darkest years of Oklahoma Cityâ€¦ and the people who refused to give up.
Produced, written and directed by Mick Cornett, Oklahoma City: The Boom, the Bust and the Bomb is a story like no other. Itâ€™s a tale of resilience, exploring how Oklahoma Cityâ€™s turbulent past helped shape its bright, flourishing future.
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