PG-13 | | Drama, Romance, War
Two young men, one rich, one middle class, who are in love with the same woman, become fighter pilots in World War I.
As a former pilot, director William A. Wellman knew how vital it was to have clouds for the dogfights, but the skies over Texas were clear for the first four weeks of production so no aerial scenes had been shot. When executives at Paramount Pictures questioned him ... ...
Luck or no luck, when your time comes, you're going to get it. Now, I've got to go out and do a flock of figure eights before chow.
Jack and David shoot down a German bomber. The soldiers in the just-bombed village come running out and celebrate atop the bomber's wreckage, but by the time it was shot down, the bomber was a good many miles away from the village - too far away for the troops to just run out to its wreckage.
5 July 2016 11:01 AM, -05:00
Variety - Film News
Biopic in the Works on Original ‘It Girl’ Clara Bow (Exclusive)
Dive deep into everything Awards Central, superheroes, IMDb Picks, and more.