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The best inspiring movie ever made!
ok WWII bio-pic made during WWII
[b]Plot Outline:[/b] Story of a war hero, Colonel Robert Scott, is at center of the film. Col. Scott knew no fear as he took to the air. His comrades, others pilots of the squadron, admired him deeply as he set a clear example about how to his country unselfishly.
Picture was made towards the end of World War II is a typical war time film. Story does give so me accurate details on the Flying Tigers and total dominance over the nuermically superior Japanese forces. Colonel Scott was a legimate ace during the war and his story is worth watching. Air combats shown in the film must've been amazing to audiences of the time in which the movie was released.
This is a great movie
A good WW2 film. Watch in on TV.
A very good movie although it doesn't exactly follow the book but still worth watching. There's aren't any major stars except maybe Raymond Massey who was well known for his portrayal of Abraham Lincoln in "Abe Lincoln in Illinois." But this is definately a good one.
Decent WW2 action/propaganda film. No big stars, but a well told "based on a true story" yarn. Pop the corn, turn out the lights.