The Lost Squadron

1932, Drama, 1h 19m

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After World War I, Army flying ace "Gibby" Gibson (Richard Dix) follows his actress girlfriend (Mary Astor) to Hollywood, Calif., even though she's spurned him for the despotic Prussian film director Arthur von Furst (Erich von Stroheim). Gibby and his friends, Woody (Robert Armstrong) and Red (Joel McCrea), begin working as stunt pilots for von Furst, but the filmmaker's quest for realistic war footage leads them into life-or-death situations -- and soon, the jealous director goes too far.

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