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Captain Eddie(1945)

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  • Captain Eddie

    • Loren Moore
    • 8/9/08

    This is a movie I always enjoyed. Eddie Rickinbacker lived an interesting life. Race car driver, America's W.W. I ace of aces, Indianapolis 500 Speedway owner and founder of Eastern Airlines. He even had a car named after him! Eddie was still recovering from plane crash injuries when President Roosevelt asked him to go on a special fact finding mission in the Pacific Theater. The plane he caught a ride on crashed in the Pacific. The movie then flashbacks to his life story. I loved it! Fred MacMurray did his usual great job! Come on TCM bring it back! I haven't seen it in years!

  • A great film about a great man.

    • Charles Brown
    • 10/4/06

    This film should be of great interest to our young of today who are interested in that period of our nation and World War One to World War Two. A film which keeps one interested due to the span of time envolved, advances in aircraft and what occured.

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