Wings - (Re-issue Trailer)
Wings (1927). the epic adventure of two American flyers in World War I, was the first Best Picture winner.
Wings (1927) -- (Movie Clip) Luck Or No Luck
Finally arrived at flight school, Jack (Charles Buddy Rogers) and David (Richard Arlen) meet their decidedly decent new comrade White (Gary Cooper, in an important early role), discussing luck as director William A. Wellman adds a dash of horror, in his Academy Award-winning Wings, 1927.
Wings (1927) -- (Movie Clip) Youse Powder Puff Guys
With decent schtick from the drill sergeant (Gunboat Smith) and "Unconscious" Walter (Roscoe Karns), Jack (Charles "Buddy" Rogers) bonds with wealthier David (Richard Arlen) over boxing, setting aside their romantic rivalry as they train to become WWI aviators, in William A. Wellman's Wings, 1927.
Wings (1927) -- (Movie Clip) On The High Seas Of Heaven
Director William A. Wellmans first flight action scene, Charles Buddy Rogers (as Jack) and Richard Arlen (as David), though hard to recognize in goggles, doing much of their own flying, encountering the German ace Kellerman (certainly based on Baron von Richtofen), in Wings, 1927.
Wings (1927) -- (Movie Clip) The Shooting Star
Director (and WWI flier) William A. Wellman introducing the principals, in a small American town Jack (Charles "Buddy" Rogers) cares about his hot-rod but not about Mary (Clara Bow), and hopes to pry visiting Sylvia (Jobyna Ralston) away from affluent David (Richard Arlen), in Wings, 1927.