Given the job of training young pilots for important post-war cargo flights, hard-boiled Col. Stockton forces ex-officer Stag Cahill back into the military to be his aide at the academy. Complications arise when Stockton's son Kenneth arrives for training and Stockton, believing his son to be a slackard, looks for an excuse to drop him from the program. Rivalry develops between Stag and Ken as well, as they fall for the same girl.
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A heart throb for every pulse beat! (original poster)
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Airplanes in order of their appearance include a Northrop Gamma 2D-2 (s/n 12, NC2111); American Airlines' Douglas DST-217 "Flagship Washington" (s/n 1976, N18144) [note: door is on right side vs traditional left - an AA specification]; a Ryan ST-A (NC16039); a Fairchild 24C-8C (NC15346), the Lockheed 12A Electra Junior (c/n 1207, NC58Y), the Lockheed Sirius 8A (s/n 151, NC117W); and in the final scene, a Stinson SR 9. See more
When You and I Were Young, Maggie (1866)
Music by J.A. Butterfield
Words by George W. Johnson
Sung a cappella and hummed by Chester Morris See more