Hell's Angels

  • 1930
  • Movie
  • NR
  • War

And hell's memorable belle, here and there among the aerial sequences. The film looks dated and the story seems to have been written in crayon by Hughes; it's a testimony to his two great loves--wings and breasts, about good brother and bad brother, and the blonde who comes between them. Beside Hughes, it was directed by Marshall Neilan, Luther Reed, and...read more

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Howard Hughes' mega-production about two British brothers who fight in World War I for the Royal Flying Corps. One of the most expensive films ever made.

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(Movie Clip) Viva Las Vegas
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(Movie Clip) See And Be Seen
The opening scene, in which Chuck (Tom Stern) works the crowd at a groovy hotel party then grabs brother Wes (Jeremy Slate) and the microphone, in the (more…)
(Movie Clip) My Wheels Are Messed Up
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(Movie Clip) Caesar's Palace
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(Movie Clip) Oakland Club
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  • Rating: NR
  • Review: And hell's memorable belle, here and there among the aerial sequences. The film looks dated and the story seems to have been written in crayon by Hughes; it's a testimony to his two great loves--wings and breasts, about good brother and bad brother, and th… (more)

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