Sybil Ludington: The Female Paul Revere


A tale of a girl who risked her life to serve her father and country.


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Everybody has heard about Paul Revere’s ride, but few know about 16-year-old Sybil Ludington’s horseback journey to gather the troops of Putnam County, New York, during the Revolutionary War. Traveling 40 miles in the dark of night, she pounded on doors to wake the colonists—and mustered 400 soldiers to stop the British advance.

Sybil  was born to Abigail and Henry Ludington on April 6, 1761. Colonel Henry Ludington was the commander of the local militia near Fredericksburgh Precinct, New York (later renamed Ludingtonville, and now part of the town of Kent) during the American Revolution. Sybil is known as “The Girl Paul Revere” and is a wonderful example of courage and faith. 

Bonus Features:

  • Bloopers
  • Behind the Scenes
  • Photo Slide Show
  • Meet the Ludingtons

Running Time: 90 minutes

Additional information

Weight .080 kg
Dimensions 19 × 13.5 × 1.5 cm

Region One

Production Date

2010 © KICKS Flicks


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