viewing the parts there will be printed scripts to read. To stop the film and
read the scripts, press the left mouse button and the film will stop. When
finished reading the script, press the left mouse button again and the film
will continue. When the film first starts, you will see a picture of the
instrument panel with the 1,2,3,&4 parts in the window. Then just click on
the part you want to see. When a part is finished place the cursor on the
return arrow up in the left corner and you will return to the Instrument panel.
This is an historical film and I know you will enjoy it.
Win Perkins, a real estate appraiser who specializes in airport properties,
posted on his Web site the video he created of Charles Lindbergh's famous and
risky takeoff in the Spirit of St.
Louis. According to Perkins, this is unlike any
other presentation of the takeoff footage. Perkins said he "painstakingly
assembled news footage from five cameras that filmed Lindbergh's takeoff from
Roosevelt Field, Long Island" and
"mixed it with enhanced audio from the same newsreel sources."
What guts it took for Lindbergh to overcome the odds against him and accomplish
this amazing feat.