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"Pilot #5" is a 1943 propaganda war film starring Franchot Tone, Marsha Hunt, Gene Kelly and Van Johnson. It was directed by George Sidney. Told in flashback, Pilot #5 marked Gene Kelly's dramatic debut. It was also known by the titles Destination Tokyo, Skyway to Glory and The Story of Number Five.
- also known as Pilot ♯5
- country: United States of America
- language: English Language
- art direction by Cedric Gibbons
- cinematography by Paul Vogel
- edited by George White
- music by Lennie Hayton
- set decoration by Edwin B. Willis
- genres: Black-and-white, War film, Adventure Film, Action Film
- subjects: World War II, Aviation
- released in (72 years ago)
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Sixth Edition by David Thomson
Pilot #5(43, George Sidney); The Human Comedy (43, ...
by Barry Monush
Gillespie's New Assistant; 1943: The Human Comedy; Pilot #5; Dr. Gillespie's Criminal Case; Madame Curie; A Guy ...
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