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Wings of the Navy(1939)

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  • Terrific

    • Lynette Wood
    • 3/15/16

    Terrific, historic and interesting. Well done film. My mother, Priscilla Mathewson, was 18 and an experienced pilot at the time this film was made. It's fascinating to see the planes of the era.

  • I Spy A Cameo ?

    • Vincent Lehotsky
    • 1/12/16

    Was that Jack Carson ?Hiding behind a pole in that big sea plane.When the two stars were just getting their flight jackets ...

  • Too little of Olivia de Havilland

    • Steve S.
    • 6/15/09

    George Brent was a mediocre actor but he was lucky enough to always have wonderful leading ladies.Frank McHugh steal's the show in this one.Again, not enough of Ms. De Havilland in this one.

  • Great flight photogaphy

    • Rob
    • 12/25/08

    The plot of this movie sin't much--pretty much predictable--but all those old planes!!!! Not just flight sequences, but the stuff on the ground as well. This was filmed on location, in Pensacola and North Island--during what appears to be the course of normal operations in the background. For those of us with naval avaition backgrounds--it's great stuff....all about how it was 'way back when....

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