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In the movie, Von Richthofen And Brown: The High-Flying Adventures Of The Red Baron, two of history’s most fabled flyboys square off in a daring, acrobatic duel of death. “Richthofen And Brown: The High-Flying Adventures Of The Red Baron” centers on Germany’s legendary World War I aviator Baron Manfred von Richthofen an aristocratic and chivalrous knight of the skies who had accumulated 80 aerial victories prior to his death on April 21, 1918. Former Canadian wheat farmer and Royal Flying Corps World War I aviator Captain Roy Brown could care less about chivalry and honor. To him shooting down enemy aircraft is all that matters. “Richthofen And Brown: The High-Flying Adventures Of The Red Baron” shows to great effect, the class divisions and personal struggles that occurred as famous World War I aces turn what had been a sporting game between “gentlemen” into an instrument of total war. When these two very different men meet in the air on the fateful day of April 21, 1918 they square off in a bullet-filled confrontation that puts their skills and their courage to the ultimate test. “Richthofen And Brown: The High-Flying Adventures Of The Red Baron” includes many fantastic flying scenes and is well worth watching. Starring John Phillip Law, Don Stroud and Barry Primus among others. Widescreen in color. Released in 1971. Runtime 96 minutes.