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Description: A film about gliders from 1930

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Clip #: TFA-42A
Length: 9:17
Year: 1930
Color: B/W
Sound: Sound
Library: TFA Network
Decade: 1930s
Filmmaker: Grantland Rice
Subject: Airplanes
Original: 16mm
Gliding, boy holding scale model of Albatross glider, launches glider, parachute deploys, glider lands, Boy Scout sitting in glider suspended from wire, tow cable attached to car, man shows glider controls, boys pulling shock cord, glider stays on ground, glider bumps along ground, car tows glider, short flight, glider lands, Ruth Elder Camp (famous aviatrix) speaks to camera about flying a glider, she gets in bi-plane glider which is towed by motorboat, glider takes off and lands, POV from glider

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