Famed Hollywood director William Wyler (then Colonel Wyler) supervised the production of "The Memphis Belle". This 41-minute documentary was distributed in 1944 by Paramount for the Office of War Information. It was immediately acclaimed by the critics. "The Memphis Belle (is) both stirring propaganda," wrote critic Vincent Canby in the New York Times, "and terrifically accomplished film making." A moving and real portrait of courage, Memphis Belle stands as the definitive chronicle of the air war.
- Over 110 minutes
- Digitally restored and remastered footage