Douglas DC-3 Airliner DVD
This DVD contains a collection of films on Douglas DC-3 airliner - the first two-engine airliner that could actually make money flying passengers. The DC-3 also was created from the smaller DC-2 to accommodate a sleeper airliner. The DC-3 turned out to be one of the greatest successful aircraft of all time.
Film #1 -
Sky Raiders - A great 1930's film that tells a short history of aviation to the DC-3 dominating the skies. Runtime is about 9 minutes.
Film #2 -
Flagships of the Air - An incredible American Airlines film from the 1930's. This film illustrates air travel criss-crossing America made possible by the amazing DC-3. Runtime is about 28 minutes.
Film #3 -
Wings over New Zealand - This is an Neuline film on the luxury flying on the Douglas DC-3 and the Rare Boeing 247 as they fly around New Zealand. Great color and narrated footage of this time era. Runtime is about 26 minutes.
Film #4 -
The DC-3 DST Sleeper - A short film on the DC-3 Sleeper. Airlines wanted to fly travelers at night, so the request for a larger DC-3 was created from the DC-2 to accommodate the airlines with beds, just like the Railroads in the 1930's, travel by air was becoming of age. Runtime is about 5 minutes.
Film #5 -
Douglas Newsreels - A collection of newsreels on the famous DC-3 and DC-4's. Runtime is about 19 minutes.
Total runtime for the Douglas DC-3 Airliner DVD is about 87 minutes. Format is NTSC DVD and region-free.