PG | | Drama, Romance, War
A woman finds romance when she takes a job at an aircraft plant to help make ends meet after her husband goes off to war.
The scene taking place on the pier, as Goldie Hawn's character meets her husband returning from the war, was filmed with real sailors as extras, from the U.S.S. Lang and the U.S.S. Gray, both fast frigates, and built during the Vietnam War.
Hey, buddy, who do you think you are?
Moon Willis: I'm gonna' tell you who I am: I'm Moon Willis, and I've been workin' in this damn place for 12 long years, this is *my* parking space and I ain't about to lose it to a bunch of fly-by-night women like you! ...
The factory continues to produce SBDs with a red circle within the white star many months after it had been officially eliminated (May 1942)
Opening credits are shown over old, black and white photos.
$2,270,136 (USA) (15 April 1984)
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