Aviation In Film: Day Three


We’ve come to Day Three of our Aviation In Film Blogathon, and I hope you’re all ready for yet another day of terrific posts. Day One can be found here and Day Two here.

Little side note: I’m away from my laptop for most of today, so I’ll be adding your articles from my Android app. If you’re reading this at any time but May 22nd, this obviously won’t be a thing anymore, but it’s just a little FYI in case things look a bit weird.

All right, let’s get going…



Sally from 18 Cinema Lane starts us off with a look at the 1974 TV movie, The Disappearance of Flight 412


Mark from What’s That Mark’s Reading!? brings us his thoughts on the first Best Picture winner, 1927’s Wings.

Kayla from Whimsically Classic has a review of the 1941 film, Dive Bomber for us, starring Errol Flynn and Fred MacMurray.

Barry from Cinematic Catharsis gives out with some thoughts on that big favorite, 1983’s The Right Stuff.


Here’s my third and final post of the blogathon: Catherine Wyler’s 1990 ensemble film, Memphis Belle.

Thanks, all, and see you tomorrow with a little wrapup…

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