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Eagle Squadron(1942)

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  • Eagle Squadron 1942

    • Maria
    • 6/22/14

    Hi to the management there, Could you please play a movie for my dad? It is called Eagle Squadron with Robert Stack made in 1942? Also, Winged Victory made in 1944 with Jeanne Crain and Ed O'Brien if you have them? Thank you

  • A Champion Trap Shooter in the RAF

    • Allen Erb
    • 3/6/12

    One of my all time favorites from WW II. Robert Stack is one of my favorite actors and is a great shooter in this one also. By the way; he is a world champion trap shooter and helped train aerial gunners during WWII.Please show this movie on TCM, I haven't seen it in decades and I'm sure anyone who sees it will love it also.Thanks TCM

  • Exciting World War Two fighter action and romance.

    • Charles Brown
    • 10/4/06

    A good film of the period, 1941, when our country was not yet at war with Germany. A yank, played by Robert Stack, goes to England as a mercenery to help the Brit's. Good arial sequences, ground action and romance. Lots of action!

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