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Favourite Fighter Pilot Film - 5/3/2007 2:40:49 PM   
Wedge


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I'm starting this thread mainly in an attempt to dig up some good fighter pilot films.  There are some great ones out there - Battle of Britain or Dam Busters perhaps? (Ok, bomber films too)

Another reason for the thread was to identify a recent film about WWII polish pilots.  I can't remember the name and would like to track it down.  Deep Blue Sky or Deep Blue World, or something?  Anyone?

Or perhaps you prefer more modern films with jets?  Top Gun or Iron Eagle perhaps?

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RE: Favourite Fighter Pilot Film - 5/3/2007 2:54:19 PM   
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Well I am a sucker for a good old fashioned WWII film but for you Wedge, I'm going to recommend THE TUSKEGEE AIRMEN.

Tells the story of the black combat pilots during WWII that during their bomber escort flights NEVER lost ONE bomber to enemy action. Great little film made by HBO that combines actual WWII footage into the film.

Great cast and you get it cheap on R1 DVD. Get it now before George Lucas CGI's the hell out of them in his future project RED TAILS.



A fascinating true and moving story.

Saying that though, I watched ID4 at the weekend (I love that film) and was amazed by the dogfight battle footage in that. A wonderful blend of model work and CGI.





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RE: Favourite Fighter Pilot Film - 5/3/2007 2:58:17 PM   
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Oh, i forgot FLYBOYS. I have yet to see it but i intend to get the R1 DVD.



Click below on poster for trailer if you haven't heard of it.








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RE: Favourite Fighter Pilot Film - 5/3/2007 3:10:33 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: Wedge

Another reason for the thread was to identify a recent film about WWII polish pilots. I can't remember the name and would like to track it down. Deep Blue Sky or Deep Blue World, or something? Anyone?



Dark Blue World.

Haven't seen it. Let me know if it's any good.

Oh and let's all add.......



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RE: Favourite Fighter Pilot Film - 5/3/2007 3:22:01 PM   
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RE: Favourite Fighter Pilot Film - 5/3/2007 3:31:13 PM   
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ID4?

I don't think I've heard of the Tuskegee Airmen (the film that is).  Is there no Region 2? 

I wish they'd make more WWII fighter plane films.  Wasn't Tom Cruise going to do a Yank in the RAF-type film.  Having an American perspective is probably the only way another big budget film will ever again be made about the Battle of Britain.

That Polish RAF film is called Dark Blue World.  I haven't seen it but apparently dogfight footage from Battle of Britain was integrated with contemporary film footage using computer imagery and mastering to create the aerial sequences. Brief shots from Memphis Belle were also used.




Here's a few lists:

WWI -

Wings (1927)
The Blue Max (1966)
The Red Baron (1971)
Zeppelin (1971)
Aces High (1976)
Biggles (1986) (sort of...)
Flyboys (2006)

WWII -

A Yank in the RAF (UK/1941)
Fighter Squadron (US/1948)
Angels One Five (1952)
The Dam Busters (UK/1954)
Reach for the Sky (UK/1956)
633 Squadron (UK/US/1964)
Battle of Britain (UK/1969)
Mosquito Squadron (UK/1969)
Memphis Belle (UK/US/Japan/1990)
Tuskegee Airmen (US/1995)
Dark Blue World (UK/Czech Republic/2001)

Vietnam -

Flight of the Intruder (1991)

Cold War -

A Gathering of Eagles (1963)
Top Gun (1986)

Bosnian War -

Behind Enemy Lines (2002)

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RE: Favourite Fighter Pilot Film - 5/3/2007 3:40:35 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: Timon


quote:

ORIGINAL: Wedge

Another reason for the thread was to identify a recent film about WWII polish pilots.  I can't remember the name and would like to track it down.  Deep Blue Sky or Deep Blue World, or something?  Anyone?



Dark Blue World.

Haven't seen it. Let me know if it's any good.

Oh and let's all add.......



Prime contender for absolute worst DVD of all time.

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RE: Favourite Fighter Pilot Film - 5/3/2007 3:43:02 PM   
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ID4 = Independence Day

Tuskegee Airmen is only on R1 DVD as its was a HBO movie and wasn't even released over here although i have seen it shown on CH.5. Surely a smart man like you has a multiregional player?!

Note that HART'S WAR also features more information/problems that the Tuskegee Airmen faced although the book is miles better than the film.



Tom Cruise was rumoured to be making THE FEW with Michael Mann a couple of years back. It would have revolved around Billy Fiske, the first US casulty of WWII - an American volunteer who joined Eagle Squadron and was shot down during The Battle of Britain (without any kills). The Daily Mail of course was outraged at this saying that the US was rewritting history blah blah blah winning the Battle of Britain blah blah blah but as Michael Mann is quite the historian I'd be suprised if he did this. No script was ever released so it's unknown in which direction the script would go. Last I heard, it was on Mann's 'to do' list.



I've noticed you've omitted Pearl Harbour. Now say what you like about the film, it is a bad, flawed film but the aerial sequences were very well done as was the central battle. Shame about the rest of the film.



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RE: Favourite Fighter Pilot Film - 5/3/2007 3:52:37 PM   
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Yeeees, Pearl Harbour.  I should really have mentioned it.  It's aerial scenes really showed what could be done with a modern WWII air force film.  So much so that my mouth salivates at the prospect of a modern retelling of the Battle of Britain.

I have a tv/dvd that I've hacked.  Still, I haven't bought any non-region 2 dvds since doing it!

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RE: Favourite Fighter Pilot Film - 5/3/2007 3:57:57 PM   
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Tuskegee Airmen DVD on Amazon Marketplace

2.56. You can't really go wrong.

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RE: Favourite Fighter Pilot Film - 5/3/2007 4:06:56 PM   
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Damn you Timon!  I've just bought it.  3.80, including P&P. 

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RE: Favourite Fighter Pilot Film - 5/3/2007 6:30:58 PM   
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Just for you Wedge, I've scoured the forum and found very very old threads on RED TAILS and THE FEW. They're in Future Films.

This search engine really is crap.

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RE: Favourite Fighter Pilot Film - 5/3/2007 8:15:18 PM   
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quote:

ORIGINAL: Wedge

That Polish RAF film is called Dark Blue World.  I haven't seen it but apparently dogfight footage from Battle of Britain was integrated with contemporary film footage using computer imagery and mastering to create the aerial sequences. Brief shots from Memphis Belle were also used.





Looked it up on Amazon and apparently it's about Czech pilots, not Polish. Still gets 4 star customer reviews though, must be worth watching.

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RE: Favourite Fighter Pilot Film - 5/3/2007 11:15:53 PM   
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Empire gave it 2 stars ................. we need to ask someone who's actually seen it.

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RE: Favourite Fighter Pilot Film - 5/3/2007 11:25:52 PM   
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Film 4 has been showing The Battle Of Britain quite frequently lately and its such an amazing film considering when it was made and has became my favourite now.
A few others i enjoyed were Dambusters, Memphis Belle and Top Gun. 
Dont know if this counts but Catch-22 which is primarily about Pilots during the war was good too.

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RE: Favourite Fighter Pilot Film - 6/3/2007 8:19:10 AM   
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Does anyone remember the old TV show Black Sheep Squadron? I used to love that...

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RE: Favourite Fighter Pilot Film - 6/3/2007 8:24:30 AM   
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Dive Bomber, thats a decent one too.

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RE: Favourite Fighter Pilot Film - 6/3/2007 12:29:09 PM   
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Love that film!!
This was pretty good too....both sides of the story and a bit more realistic (story) than most.



I've tried to track down a great Japanese Kamikaze WWII film I saw a few years back about two very young pilots in the
final months of the war who are forced to become kamikazes (only enough petrol for a one way trip) it's a good insight into
the Japanese mindset at the time but manages not to glorify either kamikazes or war the way some other Japanese productions
have.Haven't found it yet cos I can't recall the title but I'm on the case as I know a few of you might enjoy it.
It's late 80's early 90's and set mainly on a remote airforce base if anyone has a clue.

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RE: Favourite Fighter Pilot Film - 6/3/2007 3:31:49 PM   
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An updated list:-

WWI -

Wings (1927)
Hells Angels (1929)
The Dawn Patrol (1930)
The Blue Max (1966)
The Red Baron (1971)
Zeppelin (1971)
Aces High (1976)
Biggles (1986) (sort of...)
Flyboys (2006)

WWII -

A Yank in the RAF (UK/1941)
Dive Bomber (1941)
First of the Few (aka Spitfire)(1942)
Desperate Journey (1942)
Flying Tigers (1942)
Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo (1944)
Fighter Squadron (US/1948)
Angels One Five (1952)
Island in the Sky (1953)
The Dam Busters (UK/1954)
Reach for the Sky (UK/1956)
633 Squadron (UK/US/1964)
Battle of Britain (UK/1969)
Mosquito Squadron (UK/1969)
Tora!, Tora!, Tora! (1970)
Catch 22 (1970)
Midway (1976)
Memphis Belle (UK/US/Japan/1990)
Tuskegee Airmen (US/1995)
Pearl Harbour (2001)
Dark Blue World (UK/Czech Republic/2001)

Vietnam -

Flight of the Intruder (1991)

Cold War/Post Cold War era -

A Gathering of Eagles (1963)
Firefox (1982)
Iron Eagle (1986)
Top Gun (1986)
Iron Eagle II (1988)
Fire Birds (1990)
Iron Eagle III (1992)
Iron Eagle IV (1995)
Aurora: Operation Intercept (1995)
Les Chevaliers du Ciel (2005)
Stealth (2005)

Bosnian War -

Behind Enemy Lines (2002)




My update has re-introduced me to the wonderful 1942 biography of R.J.Mitchell, the designer of the Spitfire, First of the Few (aka Spitfire).



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RE: Favourite Fighter Pilot Film - 6/3/2007 3:52:30 PM   
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Firebirds? Firebirds?! It's WINGS OF THE APACHE, numbnuts! I don't care what those silly colonials call it.

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RE: Favourite Fighter Pilot Film - 7/3/2007 10:28:01 AM   
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FirebirdsWings of the Apache?  A turd by any other name...

How about A Matter of Life and Death?  David Niven's character is a bomber pilot, no?

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RE: Favourite Fighter Pilot Film - 7/3/2007 11:43:59 AM   
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RE: Favourite Fighter Pilot Film - 7/3/2007 11:49:23 AM   
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Now, I considered air America but decided against including it in the list because it isn't, strickly speaking, a combat film and they aren't military, per se.

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RE: Favourite Fighter Pilot Film - 7/3/2007 3:42:33 PM   
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RE: Favourite Fighter Pilot Film - 7/3/2007 3:44:14 PM   
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Oh christ, if we start including sci-fi we'll be here till kingdom come!

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RE: Favourite Fighter Pilot Film - 7/3/2007 3:50:40 PM   
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Oh christ, if we start including sci-fi we'll be here till kingdom come!


Come on, it still counts. It's a story about a fighter pilot... a fighter pilot in outer space!!! 

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RE: Favourite Fighter Pilot Film - 7/3/2007 4:12:17 PM   
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Ok, so long as no one mentions Wing Commander.  AHhhh! Too late!!!

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RE: Favourite Fighter Pilot Film - 7/3/2007 4:20:51 PM   
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Since we've expanded beyond fighter planes, can I put my vote in for Fail Safe, one of the best cold war thrillers ever?  Like Dr Strangelove without the laughs, it tells of a B52 bomber pilot who receives the wrong message and sets out to obliterate Moscow while the President and his military attempt to prevent WW3.  Recently remade as a "live TV event" starring a pretty stellar cast (Clooney, Dreyfuss etc), the original is a masterpiece of cold war drama.

Korean flyboy movies seem to be a bit few and far between - wonder why this is?  There's plenty of potential in Mig Alley for a great war movie. Sabers vs Mig 15s - who wouldn't want to see that?  The only Korean movie featuring a pilot that I can think of is The Bridges at Toko Ri which is definitely worth a look with great performances from William Holden and Frederic March.

Speaking of flyboys, avoid the eponymous movie like the plague - it's complete shit.  There's a good movie to be made of the story of the Lafayette Espadrille, but this definitely isn't it.

EDIT - how could we forget the first ever Oscar winner for best movie?  Wings (1927) tells of two WW1 flyboys competing for the love of a woman.  And don't forget Howard Hughes' obsession - Hells Angels has aerial sequences that can still take the breath away after all these years.

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RE: Favourite Fighter Pilot Film - 8/3/2007 11:05:44 AM   
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EDIT - how could we forget the first ever Oscar winner for best movie?  Wings (1927) tells of two WW1 flyboys competing for the love of a woman.  And don't forget Howard Hughes' obsession - Hells Angels has aerial sequences that can still take the breath away after all these years.
 

I didn't, you'll notice them in my list   Hadn't heard of Fail Safe or The Bridges at Toko Ri though.






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RE: Favourite Fighter Pilot Film - 8/3/2007 12:21:57 PM   
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I have the DVD of the recent FAIL SAFE live TV event. Very good albeit like watching a play on screen.


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