Talk:Memphis Belle

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Screenshot credits to ECBBFan. He provided these shots so far and asked that I get the page started for him. Please wait, then ask here before editing if nothing further has happened for some time. Thanks. Tobin Lee 01:54, 16 January 2011 (MST)

Synopsis: "Unabashedly sentimental, this war film was produced by David Putnam in partnership with Catherine Wyler, whose father William Wyler directed an acclaimed documentary about the real-life events depicted in the film. The ensemble cast is composed of ten young actors portraying the crew of the World War II B-17 bomber "Memphis Belle," anticipating their 25th and last mission before they will be able to go home. Having won fame with their exemplary war record and amazing lack of casualties, they expect their final assignment to be a cakewalk, but instead they are ordered to bomb Bremen, a heavily defended German city that will mean almost certain loss of life." (from AMC Movie Guide online)

additional aircraft

In the very begining of the film, as the first B-17 is coming in, a general view of the parking displays a C-47.
LVCDC 25 September 2012

Mistaken Identifications

Boeing B-17's sections should be fixed as there are some errors. Memphis Belle (a B-17F in 1943) is played by a B-17G ... put to the B-17F standart ! (N3703G). The single real B-17F used for this movie is s/n 42-29782 registered N17W (N6015V in a first time). LVCDC 01:49, 19 July 2014 (MDT)