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Come Fly with Me (1963)

Three stewardesses combine their work crossing the Atlantic with searching for rich, handsome men to marry.

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Cast

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Baron Franz Von Elzingen (as Karl Boehm)
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Katie Rinard
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Oliver Garson
Andrew Cruickshank ...
Cardwell
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Flight Engineer Teddy Shepard
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Co-Pilot
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Navigator
Guido Wieland ...
Vienna Policeman
Maurice Marsac ...
Monsieur Rinard
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Storyline

Three air hostesses employed by the (fictional) airline Polar Atlantic Airways juggle working with searching for love. Donna Stuart catches the eye of Baron Franz Von Elzingen, who may not be who he appears. New girl Carol Brewster has an on-off relationship with the plane's womanizing First Officer, Ray Winsley. Hilda "Bergie" Bergstrom is smitten with Walter Lucas, an older passenger who turns out to be a recently widowed multi-millionaire. Written by Anonymous

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Comedy | Romance

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27 March 1963 (USA)  »

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Ven a volar conmigo  »

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(Westrex Recording System)

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2.35 : 1
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Trivia

Dolores Hart's last movie before retiring from acting to become a nun. See more »

Goofs

At the 12 minute mark in the upper right the shadow from the boom mic is briefly visible after the stewardess opens the door on the pilot and he falls out of the lavatory. See more »

Quotes

Donna Stuart: Well now, what stimulating topic shall we discuss at dinner?
Carol Brewster: There's always the farm problem.
Donna Stuart: Too controversial. How about sex?
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Connections

References The Sheepman (1958) See more »

Soundtracks

La Chansonnette
Music by Philippe-Gérard
Lyrics by Jean Dréjac
Sung by Simone Langlois
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Light nostalgia, not Shakespeare...
17 July 2007 | by See all my reviews

I stumbled upon this early '60s film on TCM while surfing late this evening. I agree with most of the previous posters' opinions, but I think one other element should be added: At the dawn of the passenger jet age, before hijackings that turned airports into minimum security prisons, and 9/11, which turned them into crowded LuftStalags, this was what air travel was like. Technologically and socially, one watches a film like this not simply to be entertained, but to be reminded of those last moments before JFK was killed, Vietnam, and the turning inside out of America. As for performances, Karl Malden waltzes effortlessly through this movie, threatening to steal every scene he's in--even from the gorgeous women. (Speaking of which, Pamela Tiffin is radioactive hot. )


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