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Nine Miles High in a Hot Air Balloon

UK, 1974 (MIFF 1975)

Director: John Willis

In January 1972, at Bhopal, in central India, two young Englishmen, Julian Nott and Felix Pole, floated thousands of feet into the unknown to break the world altitude record for hot-air ballooning — this is a film of the event.

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