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Bombers B-52(1957)

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  • bombers b 52

    • kevin sellers
    • 8/6/16

    Aside from a couple father/daughter scenes with Malden and Wood that involve the classic 1950s theme of status, a good performance by Marsha Hunt as a plainspoken military wife and two suspenseful airplane in jeopardy episodes (especially the first one) courtesy of director Gordon Douglas this film is mostlly a snore, with rather uninvolving characters, and conflicts that are too neatly wrapped up by film's end, and potentially interesting areas of discord, like Wood's character being twenty years younger than the playboy officer/pilot (played rather blandly by that king of underwhelming, Efrem Zimbalest) with whom she's in love, being blithely ignored by screenwriter Irving (don't call me Sensationalistic Best Seller) Wallace. So, while this movie is not a "Bomb," it's most definitely a C. P.S. Kinda strange how every time the great B 52 goes up there's a near catastrophic malfunction, huh? Film shoulda been retitled "Edsel Of The Sky."

  • Bombers B-52

    • Bill Roberts
    • 7/20/15

    This is not a perfect movie, but if you like romance and flying, this one is a treat. Natalie Wood, glamorous as usual and Karl Malden as the Master Sergeant protecting Natalie from the likes of smooth talking USAF B-52 Stratofortress pilot Efrem Zimbalist.

  • Muito Bom

    • Sonia
    • 11/9/10

    Mostra a maturidade de Natalie como atrz e o roteiro muito bom. Um filme excelente para ver e relaxar no sof.

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