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Topic: Historical Film: Fly AA! (1933)
Username: Goldenshield
Posted 2012-11-29 17:29:51 and read 1725 times.

This is a historical docu-tisement for AA produced in 1933. While it's meant to get to you to buy a ticket, it certainly provides an interesting historical insight as well. Though. after watching this film, people really should be gracious of the spacious over-head bin space that even a CRJ-200 gives you.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RCnWLR28pfE

Topic: RE: Historical Film: Fly AA! (1933)
Username: Daysleeper
Posted 2012-11-29 19:11:59 and read 1607 times.

What a fantastic find. Thanks.

I can't Wait to visit Memphis TN. - I've always wanted to see "darkies load cotton"... Gotta love vintage American racism LOL

Topic: RE: Historical Film: Fly AA! (1933)
Username: Byrdluvs747
Posted 2012-11-29 23:46:30 and read 1474 times.

I've seen this plenty of times, but never noticed that at 1:30 the agency shown was a Compagnie Internationale des Wagons-Lits office, known today as Carlson Wagonlit.

Topic: RE: Historical Film: Fly AA! (1933)
Username: AeroWesty
Posted 2012-11-30 00:40:05 and read 1434 times.

Quoting Daysleeper (Reply 1):
I can't Wait to visit Memphis TN.

Just make sure on your flight over, as you get to the aircraft door, clutch your bouquet of roses to your chest, then turn to everyone watching you board and give them a little wave with a big smile! You'll fit right in.

Topic: RE: Historical Film: Fly AA! (1933)
Username: b737100
Posted 2012-11-30 18:30:08 and read 1175 times.

I liked the surprise at the end! Yes. Flying has changed!

Topic: RE: Historical Film: Fly AA! (1933)
Username: n471wn
Posted 2012-12-01 11:06:48 and read 998 times.

Wonderful film......so enjoyable to see!!


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