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The World Owes Me a Living (1945)

A pilot loses his memory after a plane crash. A good friend helps him to remember his past by talking about a transport plane they built together.

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Eve Heatherley
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A pilot loses his memory after a plane crash. A good friend helps him to remember his past by talking about a transport plane they built together. Written by Steve Crook <steve@brainstorm.co.uk>

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January 1945 (UK)  »

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One of the "75 Most Wanted" films listed by the British Film Institute as "Missing, believed lost". See more »

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Dull Aviation Film
14 April 2012 | by (london) – See all my reviews

David Farrer plays a pilto who has lost his memory in a crash .We then see his life in a long flashback.He is a barnstorming pilot in a flying circus.Part of the time he spends taking people up in the air to experience the novelty of flying.he is opposed by a local woman who frowns on anyone doing anything on Sunday.So eventually he turns his attention to the creation of a glider for use by the army.The story is long ,tedious and disjointed.In fact we get to a point where he is having a row with his wife to be when we go back to the hospital bedroom.all the hallmarks of scriptwriter indecision and poor editing and direction are quite apparent.This film well merits its obscurity.


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