The Golden Age

This short documentary celebrating a half-century of flight (the first human flight, powered by the Wright brothers, took place on 17 December 1903) examines the state of aviation in the late 1950s. The question, at that juncture, no longer was whether men could fly, but how fast and how far, and the film describes and reviews the top aircraft of the day: turbo-jets, stratocruisers, and missiles that outstrip the speed of sound. Part 3 of Salute to Flight, a 3-part film series about aviation.

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Générique du film

réalisateur
Richard Gilbert
producteur
Thomas Farley
scénario
Stuart Nutter
William Weintraub
photographie
John Foster
Ray Jones
son
Michel Belaieff
André Hourlier
montage
Martin Defalco
montage sonore
Kenneth Heeley-Ray
Sidney Pearson
ré-enregistrement
George Croll
musique
Malca Gillson

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