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Lindbergh the shocking, turbulent life of America's Lone Eagle

In 1927, a 25 year-old Charles A. Lindbergh astounded the world by flying non-stop from New York to Paris without even packing a parachute. This award-winning documentary faithfully traces the chronology of Lindbergh's life, using seldom-seen archival footage and photos, new scholarship, and interviews with Lindbergh's family members, to explore his exhilarating, contradictory and turbulent life.

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  • "In 1927, a 25 year-old Charles A. Lindbergh astounded the world by flying non-stop from New York to Paris without even packing a parachute. This award-winning documentary faithfully traces the chronology of Lindbergh's life, using seldom-seen archival footage and photos, new scholarship, and interviews with Lindbergh's family members, to explore his exhilarating, contradictory and turbulent life."@en
  • "In 1927, a 25 year-old Charles A. Lindbergh astounded the world by flying non-stop from New York to Paris without even packing a parachute. This award-winning documentary faithfully traces the chronology of Lindbergh's life, using seldom-seen archival footage and photos, new scholarship, and interviews with Lindbergh's family members, to explore his exhilarating, contradictory and turbulent life."

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