Inspired by Lindbergh's flight, Dave Logan sets out with a Washington-Philadelphia airline but suffers financial problems. With flying ace Hap Stuart he tries clipper ships on the Caribbean, then aims for the trans-Pacific route. His relentless ambition forces those closest to him to abandon him. Written by
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THRILL TO A NEW TRIUMPH! LOVE SPANS THE PERILOUS PACIFIC! (original print ad - all caps)
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Henry B. Walthall
collapsed on the set while filming and died shortly thereafter. The script of the unfinished film was rewritten so that his character would die off-screen, a heart condition having already been established in a previously filmed scene. See more
The position of Bogart's hand changes position in a scene with Pat O'Brien. See more
Mr. B.C. Hill
[Emphatic about his decision to shut down the unprofitale airline
I'm sorry, but my mind's made up!
We worked like dogs to make this airline go! We haven't had a single crash. We've got a future!
Featured in Breakdowns of 1937
Music by Edwin Eugene Bagley
Played at the parade celebrating Lindbergh's flight See more