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A 1920s mail pilot and a rich man's daughter crash-land on a mountain full of hungry wolves.
Did You Know?
Director George Miller
once said of the film's aerial sequences: "The special effects on this film were spectacular because we were able to spend a lot of time on the flying sequences". Christopher Reeve
has said of them: "My favorite days involved flying, acting, and a little directing as well. A camera would be mounted on the wing, and I would take off with instructions from the director of photography to find a suitable location to film myself on the mail run. The director and crew would hang around the airfield until I returned a couple of hours later". 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!