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Aguilas de acero (1971)



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Credited cast:
Alberto Vázquez Alberto Vázquez ... Capitan Luis Galván
Rodolfo de Anda ... Capitan Raúl Andrade
Nadia Milton Nadia Milton ... Lucy
José Gálvez ... Mayor Salinas
Marco Antonio Campos ... Andrés Galván
Jorge Barragán Jorge Barragán
Armando Acosta Armando Acosta
Juan Manuel Corguera Juan Manuel Corguera ... (as Jose Manuel Corcuera)
Eduardo Galindo Eduardo Galindo ... (as Eduardo Galindo Perez)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Guillermo Álvarez Bianchi Guillermo Álvarez Bianchi


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7 January 1971 (Mexico) See more »

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Color (Eastmancolor)
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This movie is filmed at the Mexican Air Force Base at Santa Lucía, in Tecámac, México. It is the same place that México's president wants to build a second airport for Mexico City. See more »

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Nice adventure of a jet pilots of the Mexican Air Force
25 June 2004 | by totenkopfSee all my reviews

Well, as you know Mexico people is not recognized as a people who like the war. The Mexican Air Force is outdated of technology but they have great pilots. The first Jet combat plane was acquired in late 60's. This movie is a tribute for the persons who serve in the Mexican Air Force. It raises the main values that govern to the Mexican Air Force honor, courage, loyalty. Is a film with poor FX, but a great aerial photography, that shows a beautiful fighter, that to those who they like aviation, will remember very well, the Lockheed T-33. In some other shots are show the MKII Vampires (british fighters. In general explain the live in the military duty of 2 LT. of the Mexican military aviation.

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