Keep ’em Flying (1941). Two carnival stooges (Bud Abbott, Lou Costello) join a stunt pilot in Army flight school and meet twin sisters (Martha Raye).
I Wanted Wings (1941). Three disparate young men struggle to become Army Air Corps pilots in this rousing drama that earned an Oscar for its excellent aerial special effects.
Hell Divers (1931). Clark Gable takes off in his first starring role, based on a story by Frank Wead (They Were Expendable) and made with the full cooperation of the … Continue Reading →
The Flying Fleet (1929). They’ve gone through four years at the U.S. Naval Academy, but the sea is not the calling for all Annapolis grads. Pals who call themselves the … Continue Reading →
Flight From Ashyia (1964). Stationed in Ashiya, Japan, U.S. Air Force Rescue Service members all carry personal demons stemming from a past event. When the orders come down to rescue … Continue Reading →
Dirigible (1931). A dirigible commander and Navy pilot fight over the glory associated with an expedition to the South Pole, and the love of a beautiful woman. After the dirigible … Continue Reading →
Devil Dogs of the Air (1935). James Cagney stars as a wise-guy flyer who’s ready to steal his officer’s girlfriend–but who learns the meaning of discipline during a test flight. … Continue Reading →
The Court-Martial of Billy Mitchell (1955) is the story of a decorated World War I veteran airman frustrated by the military’s mistreatment of the flying program. Mitchell sees funding cut … Continue Reading →
Squadron of Doom (1936). Washington sends famed pilot Ace Drummond to clear an Asian airway. Ace Drummond fights the villainous “Dragon” in this feature version of the action-packed serial.
Slattery’s Hurricane (1949). In Miami, former Navy pilot Will Slattery flies a small commercial plane for candy manufacturer R. J. Milne, unaware that Milne is a drug smuggler on the … Continue Reading →