Cinema: The New Pictures: Nov. 7, 1938

Men With Wings (Paramount) is the first Technicolor picture with an aeronautical background. It is also the first picture with an aeronautical background that attempts to take the long view of flying, not as hazardous profession or exciting adventure but as the latest and most spectacular chapter in the long history of transport. Starting with the Wright Brothers' first, incredible, 59-second hop, Men With Wings proceeds, with great pictorial beauty and praiseworthy attention to authenticity, to run through the whole amazing chronicle of aviation. For its intention and for its photographic content...

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