Montage covering the final preparations of the plane in San Diego and the test flight, Lindbergh (James Stewart) rallying the crew, but interrupted by partner Frank (Bartlett Robinson), in Billy Wilder's The Spirit Of St. Louis. 1957.
'Slim' Lindbergh, pal Harry (Robert Cornthwaite) making the introductions, pitches his idea to St. Louis businessmen led by Bixby (David Orrick), early in Billy Wilder's The Spirit Of St. Louis, 1957.
Opening sequence with prologue, introducing first friend Frank (Bartlett Robinson) then the hero (James Stewart), in Billy Wilder's hagiographic adaption of Charles Lindbergh's memoir, The Spirit Of St. Louis, 1957.
Mister Roberts -- Henry Fonda is restless to see actual combat during World War II, but is stuck on a cargo ship with a crew of practical jokers who torment James Cagney, their slightly crazy captain.
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Based on Ernest Hemingway's classic novel, Spencer Tracy shines in his portrayal of an aging fisherman battling against the elements of the sea in all its fury.
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Celebrate the historic May 20, 1927 flight of "The Spirit of St. Louis" with screen legend Jimmy Stewart ("It's a Wonderful Life," "The Philadelphia Story") as aerial legend Charles Lindbergh. Writer-director Billy Wilder ("Some Like It Hot," "Double Indemnity") brings a lavish, suspense-filled recounting of Lindbergh's historic trip from New York to Paris, the first non-stop solo flight across the Atlantic, based on the famous pilot's autobiography.
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