|Writers||Seton I. Miller (writer)
Martin Rackin (additional dialogue)
|Cast||Edmond O'Brien Robert Stack John Rodney Tom D'Andrea Henry Hull James Holden Walter Reed Shepperd Strudwick Arthur Space Jack Larson Bill McLean Mickey McCardle Jeff Richards|
|Plot||At an American air base in England, 1943, is conniving Sergeant Dolan, who manipulates everyone, and insubordinate ace fighter pilot Major Ed Hardin. When Ed is promoted to commander of his group, he must fight his former anti-authority stance as well as the enemy; tension grows as D-Day approaches. Generally lighthearted between moments of technicolor gore; lots of air combat footage, much of it genuine.... see Fighter Squadron on IMDb|
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|U.S. airman Ed Hardin pilots a damaged P-47 Thunderbolt toward a perilous but successful belly flop landing at his fighter-group base in the English countryside. The battered aircraft may never wing into the skies again. Hardin will. "Notify the taxpayer to get me another one," he quips.|
Filmmaker Raoul Walsh (Objective, Burma!) is at the controls of this keep-'em-flying Technicolor(r) adventure, augmenting thunderous sky battles with actual wartime footage. Edmond O'Brien portrays Hardin, who tempers his flyboy recklessness when the men of the squadron are entrusted to his leadership. And a former chauffeur for Walsh makes his uncredited screen debut. His name: Rock Hudson.
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