Short film made in the DeForest Phonofilm sound-on-film process in which Capt. W. G. R. Hinchliffe (1894-1928) and Charles A. Levine (1897-1991) are interviewed at the Clapham Studios in London just before their return flight to the U.S.
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Charles A. Levine and Clarence Chamberlin flew 4-6 June 1927 from New York City to Berlin, Germany. They landed 100 miles short of Berlin, but Levine became the first trans-Atlantic passenger to fly from the U.S. to Europe. Capt. W. G. R. Hinchliffe died on 13 March 1928 while flying with actress Elsie Mackay from England to the U.S. See more