One of Our Aircraft Is Missing (1941)
Release Date: Jun 27, 1942 Wide
Average Rating: 3.6/5
User Ratings: 353
This subtle, unadorned British war drama was the second collaboration between "The Archers," Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger. Six British bomber crewmen are obliged to bail out over Holland. To escape detection from the Nazis, the crewmen accept the hospitality of several Hollanders, all dedicated to the freedom-fighting activities of the Underground. The film is constructed along the lines of the earlier Powell-Pressburger film The Invaders, except that the escapees are British rather
Jun 27, 1942 Wide
Sir George Corbett
John Glyn Haggard
First German Airman
Jo de Vries
James B. Carson
Selma Vaz Dias
Jet van Dieren
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Audience Reviews for One of Our Aircraft Is Missing
- Else Meertens: Do you think that we Hollanders who threw the sea out of our country will let the Germans have it? Better the sea.
- Jo de Vries: You see. That's what you're doing for us. Can you hear them running for shelter? Can you understand what that means to all the occupied countries? To enslaved people, having it drummed into their ears that the Germans are masters of the Earth. Seeing these masters running for shelter. Seeing them crouching under tables. And hearing that steady hum night after night. That noise which is oil for the burning fire in our hearts.
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