Dogfight: Mystery Of The Red Baron
The world's first flying 'aces' were regarded as the cosseted 'glamour boys' of The Great War. But by 1917, the life expectancy of a new pilot was just two weeks. Using CGI re-enactment and real time flying footage, the film will open and build to its climax with the air war's greatest aerial duel and most enduring mystery - the Red Baron's last Dogfight.
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