Aeronutics (1941) - Watch Online. Directed by Francis Corby

Genres Comedy     Short    
IMDb rating
Country USA
Language English
Runtime 11 min
Plot A young man imagines himself piloting an airliner. He goes to a flight school for a lesson in a one-propeller bi-plane. The instructor has to help him straighten his jump suit and buckle his parachute, then the pilot has to boost him into his seat. First, the pilot demonstrates what the pedals and the stick do. They take off with the pilot putting the plane through loops and rolls while the student holds onto a stick that mirrors the pilot's movements. Next the student gets control of the stick and things don't go well. Will they get back to terra firma?... search for Aeronutics on IMDb

Streaming resources for this Francis Corby Comedy, Short Movie

  • Aeronutics (1941) - IMDb

    Directed by Francis Corby, S.B. Harrison. With Pete Smith. This Pete Smith Specialty is a humorous look at a student's first flying lesson, in a propeller-driven biplane.

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