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Jack Watling ...
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Smith
Stuart Latham ...
Flight Sergeant Fitter
Hugh Wakefield ...
Acting Lieutenant
Bromley Challenor ...
Airman Second Class Jay
Z. Peremowski ...
An Anson Pilot
Ronald Squire ...
Group Captain on Aircrew Interview Board
Derek N. Twist ...
Wing Commander on Aircrew Interview Board (as Derek Twist)
Leslie Nixen ...
Group Captain, Aircrew Reception Centre
Len Reeve ...
Corporal at Air Crew Reception Centre
W. Busby ...
Squadron Leader at Air Crew Reception Centre
Arthur Macrae ...
Wing Commander - Initial Training Wing
Reginald Tate ...
Commanding Officer, Initial Training Wing
Elwyn Price ...
Instructor, Initial Training Wing
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David Wilton, John Aynesworth, and Smith are among a group of cadets hoping to become pilots in the Royal Air Force. David, however, has poor height perception and cannot master his landings. Therefore he is sent to navigator's school, but finds it hard to concentrate on his new job due to despondency over losing his chance to be "something important," a pilot. His friends and teachers join in an effort to show David the vast importance of the navigator, something he learns for himself over the target city of Berlin. Written by Jim Beaver <jumblejim@prodigy.net>

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25 June 2008 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

"That same day [30th August 1944], the RAF Film Unit arrived at Methwold with all of the necessary equipment to shoot the Squadron Lancasters for sequences in a movie titled 'Journey Together'. Great pains were taken to exclude No. 149's Stirlings from any of the shots." From "Strong By Night" History and Memories of No. 149 (East India) Squadron Royal Air Force 1918/19 - 1937/56; John Johnston and Nick Carter; An AIR-Britain Publication.

In one of the external scenes of a Lancaster Squadron Station, there is a fleeting glimpse of a Lancaster in the background sporting the Squadron code letters "OJ" of 149 Squadron. The Squadron had just completed conversion from Stirlings to Lancasters and most of the Stirlings were still at Methwold, hence the comment about excluding them from any of the shots although whether that was at the RAF's or director's insistence is not explained.


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