Fictionalized biography of Amelia Earhart (here called Tonie Carter). First, a flagwaving preface about air warfare in the Pacific; then flashing back to her first solo flight in 1932; whirlwind romance with sexist ace pilot Randy Britton; advanced training; a transcontinental race; world fame; first, aborted round-the-world flight; and her famous disappearance. This film popularized the theory that Earhart's disappearance was connected with secret work for the U.S. Navy. Written by
Rod Crawford <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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"Lux Radio Theater" broadcast a 60 minute radio adaptation of the movie on September 20, 1943 with Rosalind Russell
reprising her film role. See more
Besides, fliers aren't good for women -- ever.
Oh, I know. Every flier's married to his plane.
Not quite that bad. But they never know what's going on inside of other people. How can they? They live 10,000 feet up in a world entirely their own. Any girl's safer to leave them there.
Dad always used to say, when you're safe... you're dead.
Columbia the Gem of the Ocean
Music by David T. Shaw
Arranged by Roy Webb See more