1930 · N.p.
Howard Hughes' most expensive and ambitious production, a story about World War I combat pilots, today still a dazzling work of blockbuster action and actual aerial biplane footage. Originally conceived as a silent film and then retooled as a talkie in the wake of "The Jazz Singer" (1927). Most of the film is shot in black and white, but one sequence is in color-the only color footage ever released of actress Jean Harlow before her untimely death.
8.75 x 11.75 inches, bifold. Very Good, with a few light dampstains to the front wrapper, and a short closed tear to the bottom fold. (Inventory #: 152279)