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Jeremy Danial Boreing
This series tells the story of the world's fastest fighter plane ever built, in 1950's Canada, and how the project was dropped due to political pressure from the United States. Written by
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Most of the photographs used in the mini-series were original photographs taken in the 1950s (such as the famous photographs of the destruction of the five complete Arrows). See more »
The Arrow was canceled in February 1959, yet when the existing aircraft and all plans, blueprints and models are ordered destroyed, we see a model of the final design of the Apollo Lunar Module being collected from one of the offices. The contract for the Lunar Module was not awarded to the Grumman Aircraft Engineering Corporation until mid-1962 and did not reach its final design until 1965 so it is not possible that a model of this final design would be available in 1959. See more »
Having seen the mini-series when it initially aired and seen again since, I think that what "The Arrow" tries to do (and accomplishes pretty well, I'd say) is to do what few Canadian films do: that is, it tries to introduce a little bit of mythology into a Canadian story. Certainly, as far as Canadian events go, the story of the Arrow is one that still resonates in the Canadian psyche as an opportunity thrown away by the politicians of the day. Having the Arrow fly off to parts unknown at the end plays into that wish to be able to correct the mistakes of the past.
That said, it was an enjoyable mini-series and didn't play any faster or more loosely with the facts than most of what passes for "historical" narrative. The casting was well-done and it did a good job showing the social impact of the Arrow project
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