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When the trumpet is playing at the beginning of the second year, the trumpeter's fingerings are all wrong. He is playing a bugle call, which does not require any use of the valves, but he is using the valves, so the call must be dubbed. See more »
A dead pilot is a burden on the Treasury and an eyesore on the landscape.
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TCM print is shown in a version which is 86 min., color and panned and scanned and not the Cinemascope original See more »
My father was one of the cadets in the film as he was an RAF pilot with No1 and then No2 Squadrons. I am not sure what squadron he was in when the film was made (maybe still at Cranwell), but I remember the orange LP of the soundtrack with a picture of my dad on the back.
He also served as a liaison office with the USAF in the 60's in MacDill AFB in Tampa
I now live in Australia but went to his 70th last week at which many of his old squadron colleagues attended.
Does anyone have a copy of the film? Would love to get it for him.
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