Bombardier - (Original Trailer)
Military officers compete for the same woman while training pilots for World War II in the adventure movie Bombardier (1943).
Bombardier (1943) -- (Movie Clip) You Look Scared Stiff
Part of a series of impressive technical sequences, Russell Wade as Army Air Force trainee Harris, leading man Pat OBrien narrating, Charles Russell the instructor, Randolph Scott in the cockpit, Academy Award-nominated Special Effects by Vernon L. Walker, editing by Robert Wise (assisted by young Robert Aldrich), in RKOs Bombardier, 1943.
Bombardier (1943) -- (Movie Clip) It's Just As Unlogical
Randolph Scott as Army Air Force Captain Buck Oliver, a reluctant convert to high-altitude bombing, dictates a letter to old friend Burt (Anne Shirley) in New Mexico, advising her that his colleague Major Chick Davis will arrive soon to launch a training program, Barton MacLane his sergeant Dixon, in Bombardier, 1943.
Bombardier (1943) -- (Movie Clip) Open, To Fit Him For His Task
Three years between the start of production and release, during which time the U.S. entered WWII, RKOs muscular opening to Bombardier, 1943, with the real General Eugene Lowry Eubank (1892-1997!), and a high level disagreement between Army Air Force officers and leading men Pat OBrien and Randolph Scott.
Bombardier (1943) -- (Movie Clip) I Do Solemnly Swear
In an early role which earned him praise and career support from Pat OBrien, Robert Ryan as trainee Joe Connors consults with Pat as his superior and buddy Major Chick Davis about motivations and reveals that hes been approached by probable spies at their New Mexico air base, in Bombardier, 1943.