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Paul Mantz (1903–1965)

American aviator who became the most renowned stunt flyer in movies of the mid-twentieth century. The son of a school principal, he grew up Redwood City, California and developed a fascination with flying as a boy. He joined the Air Corps as a cadet and was a brilliant student pilot, but he was discharged after buzzing a train full of high-level ... See full bio »

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 1965 The Flight of the Phoenix (stunt double: James Stewart - uncredited) / (stunts - uncredited)
 1963 It's a Mad Mad Mad Mad World (stunt pilot - uncredited)
 1960 Rogue for Hire (TV Series) (additional stunts)
 1957 The Wings of Eagles (aerial stunts - uncredited)
 1956 Around the World in Eighty Days (stunt pilot - uncredited)
 1950 When Willie Comes Marching Home (stunt pilot - uncredited)
 1949 Twelve O'Clock High (stunt pilot - uncredited)
 1947 Jungle Flight (stunt pilot)
 1943 Learn and Live (stunt pilot)
 1943 For Whom the Bell Tolls (stunt pilot - uncredited)
 1942 Thunder Birds: Soldiers of the Air (stunt pilot - uncredited)
 1942 Flying Tigers (stunt pilot - uncredited)
 1942 Captains of the Clouds (stunt pilot - uncredited)
 1942 Young America (stunt pilot)
 1941 Keep 'Em Flying (chief stunt pilot: torpedo chase and flying sequences)
 1941 Flying Cadets (stunt pilot)
 1941 International Squadron (stunt pilot)
 1941 The Bride Came C.O.D. (stunt pilot - uncredited)
 1941 I Wanted Wings (stunt pilot - uncredited)
 1941 The Face Behind the Mask (stunt pilot)
 1940 Flight Command (stunt pilot - uncredited)
 1940 Charter Pilot (stunt pilot)
 1940 Hired Wife (stunt pilot - uncredited)
 1940 Isle of Destiny (stunt pilot - uncredited)
 1940 The House Across the Bay (stunt pilot)
 1939 20,000 Men a Year (stunt pilot - uncredited)
 1939 Coast Guard (stunt pilot - uncredited)
 1939 Only Angels Have Wings (chief stunt pilot - uncredited)
 1938 Flight to Fame (stunt flyer)
 1938 Too Hot to Handle (stunt pilot - uncredited)
 1938 Men with Wings (stunt pilot)
 1937 The Woman I Love (stunt pilot)
 1936 Love on the Run (stunt pilot - uncredited)
 1936 The Border Patrolman (stunt pilot - uncredited)
 1936 Sins of Man (stunt pilot - uncredited)
 1936 Border Flight (stunts - uncredited)
 1936 The Country Doctor (stunt pilot - uncredited)
 1936 Ceiling Zero (stunt flier - uncredited)
 1935 West Point of the Air (stunt pilot - uncredited)
 1935 Loves of a Dictator (stunt pilot)
 1934 Here Comes the Navy (aerial stunts - uncredited)
 1933 Night Flight (stunt pilot - uncredited)
 1933 Flying Devils (stunt flyer - uncredited)
 1933 Central Airport (stunt pilot - uncredited)
 1933 Parachute Jumper (stunt pilot - uncredited)
 1932 Air Mail (stunt pilot - uncredited)
 1931 The Galloping Ghost (stunt pilot - uncredited)
 1930 Hell's Angels (stunt pilot - uncredited)
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A. Paul Mantz

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I'm not a stunt pilot. I'm a precision pilot.


First pilot to perform the stunt of flying an airplane through an open hangar in Air Mail (1932). See more »

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