Dive Bomber

Dive Bomber

DVD - 2007
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A new flight surgeon and a Navy pilot overcome personal differences to work on solving the problem of altitude sickness which causes blackouts at high altitude. The real stars of the film are the pre-World War II Navy aircraft as well as the USS Enterprise featured in full color.

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C20T11 Aug 07, 2015

Wonderful WWII Movie, Authentic WWII Planes & Flat Tops are in this Movie also.
It Reminds You of the Days when are Flag meant something & the Country was TRUELY UNITED.
GOD BLESS ARE WWII VETERANS.

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Thank a Veteran...!

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Released in 1941 (just a few short months before the Japanese actually attacked Pearl Harbor) - Dive Bomber (with its spectacular Technicolor photography of pre-WW2, U.S. Navy aircraft) was also something of a historical document showcasing the American military just prior to its involvement in the war.

Even though big-name stars such as Errol Flynn and Fred MacMurray headlined Dive Bomber's list of A-1 actors, it was, without a doubt, this film's vivid cinematography and its superb aircraft (both old and new), along with its wonderful flying sequences, that were the real stars of the show here. There's no question about it.

Regardless of Dive Bomber having a rather lengthy running time of 132 minutes, it was, for the most part, a very entertaining and interesting look at military aviation from yesteryear.This motion picture was directed by Michael Curtiz whose other notable films include The Adventures of Robin Hood, Casablanca, Mildred Pierce and White Christmas.

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