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Through the lens of Jazz

Doug and the Banyan ostensibly tells the story of a time during the Vietnam war, our protagonist shot down piloting a cargo plane towards the end of the war. There are hints of a plane receiving the fatal blows (fatal for the plane only) and of its decent. Our hero is saved by the Banyan tree.

Somewhere along the way, Jazz happened.

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