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The Wings of Eagles

The Wings of Eagles

(Widescreen, Repackaged, Special Packaging, Subtitled)
  • Release 22/05/2007
  • Film and TV Genre War-World War II, Biography
  • Media Format DVD
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John Wayne, Dan Dailey, and Maureen O'Hara star in one of John Ford's most personal films, in which he pays tribute to a man he knew and admired in real life, pioneering World War I naval aviator Frank "Spig" Wead. Although Wead (Wayne) is instrumental in advancing the cause of American air power, he endures a troubled personal life, becoming estranged from his wife, Minnie (O'Hara) after the death of their baby. During a bout of drinking, he tumbles down the stairs of his home and is paralyzed. With the help of happy-go-lucky Navy mechanic "Jughead" Carson (Dailey), Wead regains some use of his legs and eventually restores meaning to his life. The film was shot on location at the Naval Air Station in Pensacola, Florida, using real Navy men as extras

Description

Title: The Wings of Eagles
Genre: War-World War II, Biography
Starring: John Wayne, Dan Dailey, Maureen O'Hara, Ward Bond, Ken Curtis
Director: John Ford
Studio: Warner Home Video
Attributes: Widescreen, Repackaged, Special Packaging, Subtitled
Release Date: 22/05/2007
Media Format: DVD
Rated: UNR
UPC: 012569798632
Original Language: ENG
Subtitles: ENG, FRE, SPA
Closed Caption: Yes
Run Time: 110 minutes
Year of Release: 1957