A pilot enters an aviation race in order to win enough money to pay for her brother's medical treatment, and encounters difficulty with a rival pilot.
Did You Know?
This film did well both critically and financially for Warner Brothers' B-Picture unit. In a review, "Film Daily" wrote "Mark Hellinger
[Associate Producer, uncredited] can take full credit for an excellently mounted, well cast and carried out production." Most of the other reviews marveled that so much had been done with so little. See more
When Johnnie turns on the radio on his desk the music begins to play instantly. The tube type radios of this time period had to warm up, usually for 10 or more seconds, before they began producing sound. See more
[a biplane roars into the frame. Fade to the front page of the fictional New York Recorder: "ACE BOREMAN DUE SOON, CIRCLING THE WORLD WITHIN EIGHTY HOURS; FLYER NEARS NEW YORK; RECORD WELL IN HAND; SHIP STILL GOES WELL; Ace Boreman's world-circling airplane, Polly, passed over the liner Normandie at 8:00 o'clock..." Closeup on Ace and Stuffy in the cockpit, cut to a view of the southern tip of Manhattan, and back to the cockpit
There she is!
What "she" are you talkin' ...
You Must Have Been a Beautiful Baby
Music by Harry Warren
Played on Johnnie's radio See more