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Movie Hell's Angels
Title Hell's Angels
Year 1930
Directors Howard Hughes, Edmund Goulding, James Whale
Genre Drama, War
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Plot – Brothers Roy and Monte, who study at Oxford, have very different personalities. Roy, who has high moral standards, is brave and loyal and always tries to keep his younger brother on the straight and narrow, while Monte is a womanizer, a coward and an egotist. Roy has a girlfriend, Helen, but Monte has an affair with her. At the outbreak of the First World War, both enlist as volunteers in the RAF, but for different reasons: Monte to erase his bad reputation as a coward; Roy to protect his brother. They are sent to the French front, where they discover Helen in the arms of another. In charge of a dangerous mission where they have to bomb a German munitions depot, they succeed but the Germans capture them both.
All actors – Ben Lyon, James Hall, Jean Harlow, John Darrow, Lucien Prival, Frank Clarke, Roy Wilson, Douglas Gilmore, Jane Winton, Evelyn Hall, William B. Davidson, Wyndham Standing
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