Those Magnificent Men in Their Flying Machines or How I Flew from London to Paris in 25 Hours 11 Minutes movie plot

2022-07-05 23:58
In 1910, "flying machines" were all the rage at the time. However, just because it was just born, everything is still in its infancy. The British Daily Mail editor-in-chief Lauder Rowans (Robert Morley) planned and organized a race from London to Paris. The purpose of this competition is to demonstrate the superiority of the British race. If all goes according to plan, his son-in-law Richard Mays (James Fox), unsurprisingly, will win the game. As soon as the news of the competition was released, there were enthusiastic registrations from aircraft enthusiasts from all over the world. What was supposed to be an adventurer's game, however, became a competition for the affection of Patricia Rawnsley (Sarah Miles).
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Those Magnificent Men in Their Flying Machines or How I Flew from London to Paris in 25 Hours 11 Minutes quotes

  • Richard Mays: Uh, Newton, may I have a word with you? I think I should mention... that if you continue to make advances to my fiancée, I shall knock your block off. Champagne?

  • Courtney: He's right. This'll be the one to beat, governor.

    Sir Percy Ware-Armitage: In that case, we'll have to nobble the man and not the machine. Perhaps a little cascara in his chop suey.

    [both snickering]

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