Call to Glory: Season 1, Episode 1

Call to Glory (13 Aug. 1984)

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The film is dedicated to "the men and women of the 4080th Strategic Reconnaissance Wing, who gave dearly to their country in its hour of need." See more »

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A really fun and cool movie!
21 March 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I really enjoyed this movie, and especially the old cars, and the music!! These period movies are always a lot of fun. But I enjoy spotting bloopers in films. No matter how hard those continuity assistant directors try they always miss something.

In the opening scene as the camera swings down to show the Air Force base neighborhood where the Sarnac family lives, there is a park, a street corner and a YIELD sign. The sign is the blooper. It has red trim, red letters and a white background. BUZZZZZZ!!! This design of YIELD sign was introduced in 1971, and this movie is set in 1962, when these signs still had black trim and letters on a yellow background.

Still, I don't mean to criticize. Every movie has at least one blooper. The plane sequences were really cool, and I just love all the '50s and early '60s cars. And Cindy Pickett! What a babe! I was really happy to see her come back in St. Elsewhere! This film is definitely worth buying, even in VHS. Enjoy!


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