"Cary Grant gives a splendid performance as the tragic young flyer..."
|With Myrna Loy.|
Wings in the Dark - Review is taken from 'The Films of Cary Grant' by Donald Deschner (1973):
"After a flying start, literally and figuratively, this film sags in the middle, and then closes on another high note, the net result being a nice little picture for the family trade that, with the Grant-Loy drawing power, will do better than average at the box office.
Cary Grant gives a splendid performance as the tragic young flyer, and Myrna Loy does well with a role not entirely her sort.
Roscoe Karns has a fat part as the girl flier's manager and gets all the laughs possible from it. A delightful surprise is an outstanding bit of work by Hobart Cavanaugh, playing, with a comic Scotch burr, the mechanic pal of Grant.
Dean Jagger, Russell Hopton, and Matt McHugh stand out in bits, and the cast has been well handled by director James Flood. Earl Robinson's handling of the air stuff rates special attention and the photography, both aerial and studio is first rate."
- The Hollywood Reporter
|New Artwork by Rebekah Hawley at Studio36 -|
Number 19 - Wings in the Dark (Lobby Card Style)
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