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Thunder Birds(1942)

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  • THUNDERBIRD FIELD#1

    • VERNON A.MCDANNALD
    • 1/12/12

    I HAVE TWO COPY'S OF THUNDERBIRD'S THE FILM SHOT IN ARIZONA IN 1942, WHILE I WAS A CHILD OF 5 YEAR'S OLD AT THE TIME. I CAN RECALL SEEING THE STEARMAN PT13 AND PT 17 TRAINER'S FLY IN AND OUT OF THUNDERBIRD FIELD #1 DURING WW2, ONE OF THOSE STEARMAN TRAINERS CRASH LANDED IN MY UNCLE'S DAIRY PASTURE IT CAME IN FROM THE N/E AND LANDED WHEEL'S FIRST THEN NOSED OVER ON THE TPO WING THE PILOT'S WERE NOT INJURED AS I RECALL BUT I AM SURE THEY WERE EXCITED.THE PLANE WASN'T TO BADLY DAMAGED AND ONE OF THE PILOT'S GAVE US KID;S ONE OF THEIR CLOTH FLIGHT HELMET'S THAT WE PLAYED WITH FOR A VERY LONG TIME AFTERWARD'S.A FLAT BED TRUCK WAS BROUGHT IN AND THE STEARMAN WAS LOADED ON THE TRUCK WITH THE WING'S REMOVED AND IT WAS TAKEN BACK TOO THE THUNDERBIRD #1 AIRFIELD FOR REPAIR'S TODAY AT THE AGE OF 74 YEARS OLD I AM A COLLECTOR OF THUNDERBIRD WW2 MEMORABILIA WHICH INCLUDE'S AN ORIGINAL THUNDERBIRD PATCH AND AN ORIGINAL PILOT GRADUATION BOOK OF CLASS 42 G FROM GLENDALE ARIZONA THUNDERBIRD FIELD,I ALSO HAVE TWO BOEING-STEARMAN MODEL PLANE'S IN MY COLLECTION I AM ESPECIALLY GRATEFUL OF MR.TURNER'S MAKING THIS FILM AVAILABLE TO THE AMERICAN PEOPLE IN 2012. MY FATHER WAS EMPLOYED AT THUNDERBIRD EARLY IN THE WAR DURING CONSTRUCTION BY DEL E.WEBBCONSTRUCTION CO. AND THEN HE WORKED FOR MR.WEBB IN BUILDING LUKE FIELD IN WEST GLENDALE,AZ.

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    • JG
    • 8/19/07

    Good solid cast and script. This movie was made at the start of the WW II to rally the country well done piece of history.

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