Dedicated to the work of Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger and all the other people, both actors and technicians who helped them make those wonderful films.
A lot of the documents have been sent to me or have come from other web sites. The name of the web site is given where known. If I have unintentionally included an image or document that is copyrighted or that I shouldn't have done then please email me and I'll remove it.
I make no money from this site, it's purely for the love of the films.
[Any comments are by me (Steve Crook) and other members of the email list]
Reviews of One of Our Aircraft is Missing (1942)
- Fascinating trivia (and any goofs) connected with the film
- All location & studio details known
- Contemporary Review - 22nd April 1942
- Plot Synopsis - 1946 booklet
- TV Guide review
- "Radio Times" film guide
- Notes from the video sleeve
- Notes from another video sleeve
- Peter Ustinov remembers - extract from "Dear Me"
- Link to -> Bil Antoniou's review
- Link to -> BFI ScreenOnline
- Link to -> Paul Mould Publishing
Paul Mould has been interested in the cinema since 1941, when Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger arrived in his home town of Boston to shoot One Of Our Aircraft Is Missing.
- Link to -> Boston, Lincolnshire
Pages about the town where a lot of the exteriors were filmed and about St. Botolph's church ("The Boston Stump")
- Link to -> Victor Woodason and his scale model aeroplanes
As used on OOOAIM
- Analysis of Universal Pictures DVD by DVD Beaver
- Link to -> OOOAIM at MovieFlix
- Link to -> Woodason Aircraft Models They made the model of the Wellington which crashed into the pylon
Pictures from the PaPAS Gallery
Other P&P reviews