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  1. The Memphis Belle: A Story of a Flying Fortress: Directed by William Wyler. With Stanley Wray, Robert Morgan, James A. Verinis, Robert J. Hanson. A documentary on the 25th bombing mission of the Memphis Belle, a B-17 in the US 8th Air Force.

  2. Following the end of World War II, the Flying Fortress was rapidly withdrawn from USAAF service, being replaced by the B-29 Superfortress. Literally thousands of Fortresses used in combat in Europe by Eighth or Fifteenth Air Force or in the United States by II Bomber Command training units were flown to various disposal units.

  3. Cet article concerne le bombardier. Pour le film de Michael Caton-Jones, voir Memphis Belle . Le Memphis Belle et son équipage. Le Memphis Belle est un bombardier B-17 Flying Fortress datant de la Seconde Guerre mondiale , dont de nombreux films et reportages relatent les exploits. Ce fut le troisième avion et équipage à réussir vingt-cinq missions trois jours après le Hell's Angels ...

  4. 12/10/1990 · Memphis Belle: Directed by Michael Caton-Jones. With Matthew Modine, Eric Stoltz, Tate Donovan, D.B. Sweeney. In 1943, the crew of a B-17 based in UK prepares for its 25th and last bombing mission over Germany before returning home to the USA.

  5. Den letzten Flug der echten Memphis Belle begleitete 1943 William Wyler, ein amerikanischer Filmregisseur, im Auftrag der US Army Air Forces.Aus den Aufnahmen und zahlreichem weiteren Material von anderen Flügen schnitt er bis Anfang 1944 eine 42-minütige Dokumentation: The Memphis Belle: A Story of a Flying Fortress.

  6. Memphis Belle (La bella di Memphis) è un bombardiere B-17 Flying Fortress statunitense che prese parte alla campagna di bombardamento sul territorio tedesco, belga, olandese e francese durante la seconda guerra mondiale, diventando il primo bombardiere pesante del teatro europeo a compiere le 25 missioni previste per permettere all'equipaggio di essere congedato.

  7. Boeing YB-40 Flying Fortress, 42-5736 ("Tampa Tornado") on display at RAF Kimbolton, England, 2 October 1943 when it was shown to those attending a party for local children. Altogether of the 59 aircraft dispatched, 48 sorties were credited.