Kelly. This photo-history examines the early years of flight and its impact on the motion picture industry in Hollywood, California.
You'll read about directing giant Cecil B. DeMille, who was so enthralled with aviation that he owned three airfields; Charlie Chaplin's family airfield, which doubled as a motion-picture set; Thomas H. Ince, the famous producer who invented the studio system and owned Ince Airfield; legends such as Rudolph Valentino, Oliver Hardy, Harry Houdini and Mary Pickford, who performed in aerials; Howard Hughes' great air epic, Hell's Angels; and more. 128 pages, approximately 200 B&W photographs, 6½"x 9¼", softcover. Please Click On Image For A Closer Look!