Biography follows the life of famed woman pilot Amelia Earhart, including her marriage to a famous publisher and her disappearance during a flight in 1937.
Susan Clark, who won an Emmy as "Babe" Didrikson, now stars as the adventurer, heroine and woman whose disappearance captured the imagination of the whole world! A 3-hour world premiere!
Did You Know?
Susan Oliver, who plays the flying instructor for Amelia Earhart in early scenes, had been an actual pilot for a dozen years at the time of filming. She was a co-winner of an annual Powder Puff Derby race from coast to coast at one time, and she also had piloted a small plane across the Atlantic. Oliver had a glider pilot's license, a commercial pilot's license, multi-engine and instrument ratings, and was qualified to fly co-pilot in twin-engine Lear jets. She had 850 flight hours logged, 80 in jets. See more
Austin K2 ambulance featured in one scene, supposedly a World War 1 setting. See more