Golden Age of the Silver Screen

Wings (1927)

Episode #3

Paramount Pictures released Wings on May 19, 1927. William A. Wellman directed film starring Clara Bow, Charles ‘Buddy’ Rogers, and Richard Arlen.

‘Wings’ Movie Summary

Jack Powell is a young man with passion for cars in 1917. Mary Preston is his next door neighbor, and she is deeply in love with him, but he doesn’t notice. Jack is deeply in love with Sylvia Lewis, but she doesn’t notice. Sylvia is deeply in love with David Armstrong. This dynamic initially makes Jack and David rivals, but they soon become good friends when they join the Air Force to fight in France at the onset of World War I. However, as with all wars, tragedy happens, and it’s disastrous for all parties involved.

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Paramount Pictures released Wings on May 19, 1927. William A. Wellman directed film starring Clara Bow, Charles 'Buddy' Rogers, and Richard Arlen.

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