The New Pictures, Aug. 6, 1945

Captain Eddie (20th Century-Fox) leaves ex-ace Rickenbacker (Fred MacMurray) and his companions adrift in the Pacific without food or water, to enlarge on the reasons for his certainty that they will be rescued, and his statement: "My whole life has been mixed up with machines." From time to time, the film returns to the castaways and ends with their rescue, but it is chiefly concerned with Rickenbacker's life up to World War I. About his exploits in that war, and his career between World War I & II, it is very sketchy. But what...

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