CHARLES LINDBERGH TAKES OFF On May 20, 1927 Charles Lindbergh talks to the press and poses for pictures with his mother before he hops into his plane, The Spirit of St. Louis, and makes the first successful non-stop flight across the Atlantic.
LINDBERGH AND THE SPIRIT OF ST. LOUIS Push in on a portrait of Charles Lindbergh wearing a pilot's helmet and goggles. A ground crew pushes The Spirit of St. Louis from a hanger to an unpaved field. Lindbergh, wearing a bulky flight suit, shakes hands with a military officer. A crewman primes the propeller. The officer holds the cockpit door as Lindbergh enters the airplane. The ground crew pushes the plane down the field then stops and watches as it takes off into the skies.
EARLY AVIATORS & LINDBERGH'S FLIGHT TO PARIS Aviators Acosta, Noville, Byrd and Balchen stand on an airfield. Charles Lindbergh arrives in his monoplane, the Spirit of St. Louis. Lindbergh arrives in France, completing his historic transatlantic flight. Hordes of fans greet him. A ticker tape parade celebrates Lindbergh.
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