John Ford ponders the problem of heroism versus responsibility in this 1932 flying film. The material really seems to belong to Howard Hawks, but Ford, even at this relatively early stage in his career, is able to give the conflict between reckless Pat O’Brien and staid Ralph Bellamy the cast of his personality. No great masterpiece, mind you, but indispensable for students of Ford’s work. With Russell Hopton, Slim Summerville, and Gloria Stuart; scripted by Dale Van Every and Frank “Spig” Wead. 83 min.