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drinks.gif I was over at a site called The Yellow Airplane.com and spotted a French DVD with an English Actor in the film.The information says that The the film is about a Pilot who overcomes handicaps to Knock down a lot of a/c during WWI. Any one ever see it? Does anyone have it? Its caled Angels Wing dont know when it was made. Its in French but has sub titles.

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It is about Guynemer a lot, I would say. He cannot join the French army due to his

tuberculosis, he just cured; they won't have him. Then he works hard on becoming

a pilot, although he suffers from vertigo. But he makes it and starts in the Morane

Parasol. Well, I won't tell the whole film, but I found it good.

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Olham, from your short description it sounds like they were pretty accutate about Guynemer. I may have to go looking for this one myself.

 

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Lou, for a man as interested in the whole WW1 aviation as you are, I would say:

you can't do anything wrong there - get it; you will like it.

 

You should even watch it without reading the subtitles the first time - it was

incredible, how much I got without being any good at French. But it's the expression

and the acting, and what they do, that explains it almost intuitive.

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Salute.gif Well The critics didnt like this film, of course they didnt like Flyboys. I have the DVD and saw Flyboys

along with the grandson and we liked it. The critics didnt like the Red Baron film but if it shows up in the U.S.

I will buy it. In conclusion, I think I will buy this one too.good.gif Thanks Guys for your input.

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Just a headsup I got this from Amazon and the picture quality is poor not sure all versions are mastered the same way, but just a FYI.

Seems to be a very small area used on the picture frame.

 

I watched part of it so far, seems OK otherwise.

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