Fictionalized biography of Amelia Earhart (here called Tonie Carter). First, a flagwaving preface about air warfare in the Pacific; then flashing back to her first solo flight in 1932; whirlwind romance with sexist ace pilot Randy Britton; advanced training; a transcontinental race; world fame; first, aborted round-the-world flight; and her famous disappearance. This film popularized the theory that Earhart's disappearance was connected with secret work for the U.S. Navy.
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Besides, fliers aren't good for women -- ever.
Oh, I know. Every flier's married to his plane.
Not quite that bad. But they never know what's going on inside of other people. How can they? They live 10,000 feet up in a world entirely their own. Any girl's safer to leave them there.
Dad always used to say, when you're safe... you're dead.
Written by Paul Whiteman
, Ferde Grofé Sr.
, Marshall Neilan
and Dolly Morse See more