Lost in the Stratosphere
Lost in the Stratosphere is a 1934 American aviation drama film directed by Melville W. Brown and starring William Cagney, Edward J. Nugent, and June Collyer. In one of his few roles in front of the cameras, Cagney was the lookalike younger brother of James Cagney.
In the mid-1930s, in the early days of military aviation, an era of open cockpits and biplanes, two U.S. Army pilots, in a friendly rivalry, are always trying to get the best of each other.
|director||Melville W. Brown|
|keywords||best of biplane cockpit crash landing edward j. nugent high altitude joke land military aviation quebec stratosphere than the thunderstorm u.s. army pilot united states army air corps|
|producer||William T. Lackey|