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Orphan Joe Kelly has an idyllic youth growing up in the country with his grandpa, and can turn his hobby into his profession as crop spray plane pilot. After Pearl Harbor, he joins the US Air Force as bomber pilot. Joe's wife Claire is notified he's missing, presumed killed when his plane is shot down over Germany. Later a military mate reports he saw Joe alive, apparently taken POW. Claire starts searching and finally finds Joe elsewhere in the US, but suffering from amnesia, and living under the name Tommy Warner, as partner of a tiny commercial air freight firm. Written by
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There's a lot to make fun of while you watch it. The scenes are extremely short. There's tons of cheesy layover transitions. The music is a keyboard cheesefest. The directing is awful. The main male character is probably the worst actor ever. There's a small town patriotism that's nauseating. The script is like a high school kid wrote it. The main woman's character always suppressed whatever she was dealing with and never told anybody about it.
I got it because the girl that plays Claire was my babysitter for a little while when I was just a baby. So that made it fun.
There's definitely worse love stories out there that I couldn't sit through, but this one was terrible in a fun way. you and your other can just make stupid comments to each other.
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