Hell's Angels

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



Writer (3 Credits)
Cinematographer (6 Credits)
Editor (3 Credits)
Musical Composer (1 Credit)
Art Director (2 Credits)