Major Chick Davis proves to the U.S. Army the superiority of high altitude precision bombing, and establishes a school for bombardiers. Training is followed in semi-documentary style, with personal dramas in subplots. The climax is a spectacular, if somewhat jingoistic, battle sequence. Written by
Rod Crawford <firstname.lastname@example.org>
See the bombing of Tokyo before your very eyes!
Did You Know?
plays a character named "Chito Rafferty". He appeared as Tim Holt
's sidekick, Chito Jose Gonzalez Bustemonte Rafferty, in Holt's RKO series of "B" westerns in the 1940s and 1950s. See more
When Major Oliver's airplane is shot up over Japan and he orders everyone to abandon ship, his bombardier, Joe Collins (Robert Ryan) takes out a Colt M1911 pistol and shoots the bombsight. The airplane is hit and he is thrown to one side. He straightens up and proceeds to shoot the bombsight again, only he is now holding a revolver. See more
You're quite an entomologist.
Sgt. Archie Dixon
Nope! But I know all about bugs.
Brigadier General Eugene L. Eubank is billed first because he is credited in the forward before any cast is mentioned, and he is not listed in the comprehensive end credits. See more
References Goodbye, Mr. Chips
You're In The Army Now
Music by Isham Jones
Lyrics by Tell Taylor
and Ole Olsen
Melody included in "Song of the Bombardiers" See more