A 1920s mail pilot and a rich man's daughter crash-land on a mountain full of hungry wolves.
He is a veteran pilot, a man who has seen and done it all... But now, for the first time, he has a passenger. And his greatest adventure is about to begin...
Did You Know?
's performance and characterization was partially inspired by Charles Lindbergh
. Reeve once said: "To a certain extent I was thinking of him. The idea of a man who is capable of great acts of heroism without any self awareness, amazes me. He was a man who'd be likely to say, 'well, then I flew the Atlantic, a lot of people met me at the airport and then I went to the Ambassador's house for dinner...'. He had a flare for understatement." See more
The Boeing Stearman plane used in the film had his maiden flight in 1936. It can't have flown in the early 1920s. See more
[on the phone
I think that someday the world will be entirely populated with bureaucrats such as yourself because the real people will do away with themselves out of frustration!