Not Rated | | Action, Adventure, Drama
During a raid on Germany a British bomber crew is forced to bail out after their plane is damaged. They land in Holland and are aided by Dutch civilians.
The opening prologue inter-title states: "B. for Bertie crashed on Sunday Morning, 04.31, but our story starts some fifteen hours earlier . . . . . . . "
Tom Earnshaw, Copilot in B for Bertie:
We want to get back, raid or no raid. Now look here, Mrs. de Vries, I don't...
Jo de Vries: Are you in command of this party?
Sir George Corbett, Rear Gunner in B for Bertie: No, no, no, he's just a Yorkshireman.
When they are escaping with the help of Jo de Vries, she tells them to look out for a boat with 2 white diamonds on the starboard side, but when seen they are on the port side. If the diamonds are on both sides why did Jo mention the starboard side?
Opening credits prologue: Sunday morning, 04.26, at an operational station somewhere in England
Some versions only have the first part of Frank Shelley's impersonation of Sgt. Hopkins when he's told that he won't be flying. Some versions cut Frank saying "You've got to be kidding me".
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