Battle of Britain was made in the 60's. It used real airplanes for the most part. Its a great "love in" for the WW 2 planes.
Dunkirk has some spitfire love in it.
The Blue Max also had lots of "real" flying in it.
I guess I just want to look at the planes .
Those magnificent men in their flying machines is good for antique planes....
American Made if you like the Aerostar.
While not quite movies, the instructional videos for american aviators in WW2 like "welcome to the P47" kinda stuff is neat.
Its a mad mad world is cool for a look at a brand new beech 18 flying through a sign!, without CGI
I had no idea Airplane spoofed that; to a T i might add.
I want to watch the whole Zero Hour now.
Zero Hour! the movie that Airplane was based on. Suppose to be serious, but after Airplane, it is just so much cheese.
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