Synopsis of Those Magnificent Men in Their Flying Machines or How I Flew from London to Paris in 25 hours 11 minutes on Solarmovie sc: It’s 1910, and flying has become all of the rage – as it, as an pastime, remains in its infancy. Despite now not being a flying enthusiast, Lord Rawnsley (Robert Morley), owner of the Daily Post newspaper, organizes a London, England to Paris, France flying race so as to boost flow and display Britain’s superiority, as he expects his presumptive future son-in-regulation, Richard Mays (James Fox), will win the race. Richard had cautioned the race with the wish of bringing collectively all the first-rate aviation minds to boost the problem of flying device design. Richard’s unofficial supposed, Patricia Rawnsley (Sarah Miles), is secretly adventurous in nature and wants greater than whatever with a view to fly, and does some thing she will be able to – against her father’s wishes – to be one of those within the air. News of the race is going global, with entries from all around the international. As such, the race will become a opposition for national delight amongst the most adventurous, as flying more than 5 miles continues to be considered an accomplishment, not to mention traversing the twenty-two mile distance throughout the English Channel between Dover, England and Calais, France. But it also becomes a competition for Patricia’s affections, as one of the entrants is American cowboy Orvil Newton (Stuart Whitman), who is right away drawn to Patricia – and who can be able to supply her that flight that she so much desires, which Richard seems unwilling to do, so as not to get on the wrong facet of his destiny father-in-regulation.
IMDB ID: tt0059797