The Memphis Belle : a story of a flying fortress / produced by the [United States] War Department under the supervision of William Wyler.
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- Physical Description: 1 videocassette (42 min.) : sound, color ; 1/2 in.
- Publisher: Charlotte, NC : United American Video Corp., 
- Copyright: ©1986
First issued in 1944 as a motion picture.
Portrays a bombing mission over Germany during World War II. Follows the "Flying Fortress" (B-17 bomber) Memphis Belle as it leads a squadron of bombers on a daring daylight attack on the submarine pens at Wilhelmshaven, Germany. The entire mission is documented, including preparations, the bombing action itself, and the return to base.
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