PG | | Adventure, Drama
A 1920s mail pilot and a rich man's daughter crash-land on a mountain full of hungry wolves.
Director George Miller once said of the film's aerial sequences: "The special effects on this film were spectacular because we were able to spend a lot of time on the flying sequences." Christopher Reeve has said of them: "My favorite days involved flying, acting, and a little directing as well. A camera would be mounted on the wing, and I would take off with instructions from the Director of Photography to find a suitable location to film myself on the mail run. The director and crew would hang around the airfield until I returned a couple of hours later."
I think that someday the world will be entirely populated with bureaucrats such as yourself because the real people will do away with themselves out of frustration!
The Boeing Stearman plane used in the film had his maiden flight in 1936. It can't have flown in the early 1920s.
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