A 1920s mail pilot and a rich man's daughter crash-land on a mountain full of hungry wolves.
Did You Know?
To prepare for his role as a mail aviator, actor Christopher Reeve
studied the history of mail flight of the period the film was set. Reeve once said: "Although the life of a mail pilot in 1928 was specialized and may seem a little remote, people will understand him . . . There was an article in a 1926 National Geographic about this new daring breed of men written much the same way they wrote about the astronauts in the sixties . . . They were cheating death. If you got to be 35 you were known as an old pilot". See more
The Boeing Stearman plane used in the film had his maiden flight in 1936. It can't have flown in the early 1920s. See more
[on the phone
I think that someday the world will be entirely populated with bureaucrats such as yourself because the real people will do away with themselves out of frustration!