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Two in a Tiger

UK, 1970 (MIFF 1971, Programme 10)

Director: Richard Wade

This half hour film tells what is involved in learning to fly a Tiger Moth. It traces the story of a pupil and his instructor from the moment the pupil first puts on his leather helmet and goggles and climbs into the open cockpit, right up to his first solo flight.

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