Young Eagles Trailer

Young Eagles Trailer (1930)

20 March 1930 Drama 70 mins

Lieut. Robert Banks, an American aviator on leave in Paris, meets Mary Gordon, a young American who lives abroad, but their romance is cut short by his return to the front. In an air battle, Robert brings down and captures the Grey Eagle, Baden, and takes him to American Intelligence in Paris. Mary, ostensibly a spy for the Germans, drugs Robert, who awakens to find that his uniform has been stolen by Baden. Later, in an exciting air conflict, Baden is wounded but shoots down Robert's plane. The German rescues him, however, and takes him to an Allied hospital, assuring him of Mary's love; his faith in her is restored when he learns that she is actually a spy for U. S. Intelligence.

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Cast

Charles 'Buddy' Rogers

as Lieutenant Robert Banks

Jean Arthur

as Mary Gordon

Paul Lukas

as Von Baden

Stuart Erwin

as Pudge Higgins

Virginia Bruce

as Florence Welford

Gordon De Main

as Major Lewis

Frank Ross

as Lieutenant Graham

Jack Luden

as Lieutenant Barker

Freeman Wood

as Lieutenant Mason

George Irving

as Colonel Wilder

Stanley Blystone

as Captain Deming

International Releases Dates

United States 20 March 1930

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