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Mac's plans to settle down and raise a family are upset by the Korean War. He goes as a fighter pilot and returns a hero, the first triple ace of the war. His neighbors have built a home for Mac and his devoted wife and their three children. Now he has an offer to test pilot new Sabre Jets. His wife is uneasy but knows she cannot ground her man.Written by
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According to Alan Ladd's biography; he fell madly in love with his co-star, yet supposedly never consummated the romance. See more »
McConnell's B-17 is attacked by what the crew and the mission debriefing officers refer to as "jets." However, the aircraft are clearly Me-163 "Komets", which were rocket-powered. It's possible that the crews confused the Me-163 with the Me-262, an actual German jet fighter that was present around the same time. See more »
Typical 1950s fluff about a great, yet tragic hero. Entertaining for a rainy night, nothing else. However, it should be noted that the saddest movie star that ever lived, Alan Ladd, finally found some happiness in making this film. He fell in love with his co-star June Allyson; only problem, both were married at the time. Seems June looked alot like Ladd's first wife; his highschool sweetheart. Alas, Mr.Ladd's happiness was short-lived, as was he.
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