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bigImage A common thread which runs through many MacGillivray Freeman films is our desire to reach a goal. An aspiring aerialist's dream is pursued in FLYERS when a World War II fighter pilot teaches his young protegé the true meanings of flight. This film features aircraft from World War I vintage fighters to the World War II F4U Corsair and modern day F-15 Eagles, and also contains one of the most dangerous aerial stunts ever attempted before movie camers in which a wing walker is rescued in mid-air after falling off his airplane. FLYERS was sponsored by Conoco, A DuPont Company, for the National Air & Space Museum, and was co-produced and directed by Dennis E. Moore.

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Produced by MacGillivray Freeman Films and Dennis Earl Moore and funded by Conoco, a subsidiary of DuPont, for the National Air and Space Museum, Smithsonian Institution. Distributed by MacGillivray Freeman Films.


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"Flyers" By Doug Pratt,

"Flyers" By Christian Clemmensen, Filmtracks

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