Tyrone Power stars here, in one of his most successful films, as Tim Baker, a brash American pilot (he easily could have been the model for TOP GUN's Tom Cruise) ferrying planes to Canada as part of the US' WW II "Cash-and-Carry" policy to arm Britain while maintaining neutrality. In
Canada, he agrees to fly planes across the Atlantic. During a London air raid he meets an old girl friend, Carol Brown (Betty Grable), who is now working at a nightclub and volunteering daily for the war effort and who wants nothing to do with Tim, criticizing his ambivalence about the war. To
impress her, he joins the RAF and is forced to go through flight school again, a routine that...