Bill Taylor, World War I flying ace is a hot-shot barnstormer, with his kid-brother, Jimmy, as one of his crew members. Jimmy falls in love with a nightclub singer, Pat Riley, and his older-brother thinks that Jimmy may be involved with a hard-bitten floozy and decides to check her out for himself. What he finds is a sweet and home-loving daughter working to provide for her sweet-and-loving mother. He falls for her, and this upsets the younger brother no end. Written by
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A smashing, dashing, flashing, all-talking picture of love, adventure, and daredevil airmanship!
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This film's earliest documented telecast took place in New York City Sunday 30 April 1950 on WPIX (Channel 11). See more
I'm That Way About Baby (And She's That Way About Me)
Music by George Green
Lyrics by George Waggner
Copyright 1929 Ager, Yellen and Bornstein See more