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The Lost Squadron(1932)

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  • Lost Squadron, The (1932) -- (Movie Clip) Birds That Were Lost

    From post-WWI France in 1918, American fliers Gibby (Richard Dix), Woody...more>

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  • Lost Squadron, The (1932) -- (Movie Clip) Drinking And Flying

    Reunited with wartime pal and Hollywood pilot Woody (Robert Armstrong), meeting...more>

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  • Lost Squadron, The -- (Movie Clip) Act Like Dead!

    Erich von Stroheim (as "Von Furst") stretching to act like a crazy director,...more>

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  • Lost Squadron, The -- (Movie Clip) This Is A War Picture!

    Von Furst (Erich von Stroheim) directing his big battle scene, drunken Woody...more>

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  1. Lost Squadron, The (1932) -- (Movie Clip) Birds That Were Lost

    movie clip - Lost Squadron, The (1932) -- (Movie Clip) Birds That Were Lost

  2. Lost Squadron, The (1932) -- (Movie Clip) Drinking And Flying

    movie clip - Lost Squadron, The (1932) -- (Movie Clip) Drinking And Flying

  3. Lost Squadron, The -- (Movie Clip) Act Like Dead!

    movie clip - Lost Squadron, The -- (Movie Clip) Act Like Dead!

  4. Lost Squadron, The -- (Movie Clip) This Is A War Picture!

    movie clip - Lost Squadron, The -- (Movie Clip) This Is A War Picture!

  1. Lost Squadron, The (1932) -- (Movie Clip) Birds That Were Lost airing:
  2. Lost Squadron, The (1932) -- (Movie Clip) Drinking And Flying airing:
  3. Lost Squadron, The -- (Movie Clip) Act Like Dead! airing:
    • Erich von Stroheim (as "Von Furst") stretching to act like a crazy director, likewise Mary Astor as actress "Follette," Richard Dix (as "Gibby") and Robert Armstrong (as tipsy "Woody") as flying aces in Hollywood, early in The Lost Squadron, 1932.
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  4. Lost Squadron, The -- (Movie Clip) This Is A War Picture! airing: