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Wendell Corey and Forrest Tucker star as a pair of World War II Army Air Corps officers. In between their battles over the affections of a beautiful nurse, Corey and Tucker prepare to fly a bombing mission in the South Pacific. Before boarding their B29 Superfortress, Tucker appears to be chickening out, but he's steadfastly at his cockpit post at takeoff time.

  1. Allan Dwan

    Director

  2. Richard Tregaskis

    Screenplay

  3. Andrew Geer

    Story

  4. Charles Grayson

    Story

Top Billed Cast

  1. Wendell Corey

    Wendell Corey

    Capt. Harold Calvert

  2. Vera Ralston

    Vera Ralston

    Lt. Helen Landers

  3. Forrest Tucker

    Forrest Tucker

    Maj. Tom West

  4. Phil Harris

    Phil Harris

    Sgt. Hank Stack

  5. Walter Brennan

    Walter Brennan

    Maj. Gen. Wolfe

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The Wild Blue Yonder
The Wild Blue Yonder

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Status Released

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  • December 5, 1951
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 38m

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