Von Richthofen and Brown

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This film of the wartime exploits of Baron Von Richthoven, who was also known as the "Red Baron," was a relatively lavish Corman-brothers production, and is directed by Roger Corman. The film's airborne dogfight sequences are among its most notable features. Vintage World War I airplanes were used, and accidents during filming resulted in one death and several injuries. The evolution of airborne warfare from being a sporting game between gentlemen to its use as an instrument of total war is integral to the story....
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This film of the wartime exploits of Baron Von Richthoven, who was also known as the "Red Baron," was a relatively lavish Corman-brothers production, and is directed by Roger Corman. The film's airborne dogfight sequences are among its most notable features. Vintage World War I airplanes were used, and accidents during filming resulted in one death and several injuries. The evolution of airborne warfare from being a sporting game between gentlemen to its use as an instrument of total war is integral to the story. Von Richthoven John Phillip Law, who becomes an air ace and an important German hero, was an early aeronautical rival of Hermann Goering Barry Primus. So important was he to German morale that he was asked to retire from fighting, so that he could assume a position in the post-war German government. He refused, and was killed by a young Canadian Don Stroud in an airborne battle. Spookily enough, even though he died in the air, his plane is reputed to have landed intact.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 4/24/2007
  • UPC: 027616073884
  • Original Release: 1970
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  • Source: Mgm (Video & Dvd)
  • Region Code: 1
  • Time: 1:36:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
John Phillip Law Baron Manfred Von Richthofen
Barry Primus Hermann Goering
Don Stroud Roy Brown
Tom Adams Owen
George Armitage Wolff
Maureen Cusack Mother Richthofen
John Flanagan Thompson
Brian Foley Lothar von Richthofen
Seamus Ford Kaiser
Hurd Hatfield Fokker
Vernon Hayden Trackl
Karen Huston Ilse
Fred Johnson Jeweler
Clint Kimbrough Maj. Von Hoeppner
Peadar Lamb German Staff Major
Peter Masterson Maj. Oswald Boelcke
Ferdinand "Ferdy" Mayne Father Richthofen
Stephen McHattie Voss
Des Nealon British Intelligence Officer
David R. Osterhout Holzapfel
Gordon Phillips Cargonico
Lorraine Rainier Girl in Woods
Corin Redgrave Hawker
Robert Walsh Manfred Richthofen, Age 13
David Weston Murphy
Technical Credits
Roger Corman Director
Peter Allwork Cinematographer
Alan Collins Editor
Sean Corcoran Cinematographer
Gene Corman Producer
John William Corrington Screenwriter
Joyce Hooper Corrington Screenwriter
Peter Dawson Special Effects
Toni Delaney Makeup
Hugo W. Friedhofer Score Composer
James Murakami Art Director
Jimmy Murakami Art Director
Michael Reed Cinematographer
Liam Saurin Sound/Sound Designer
George Van Noy Editor
Jake Wright Asst. Director
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Von Richthofen and Brown
1. Main Titles/Average Pilot [6:28]
2. First Kill [3:39]
3. Tactical Advice [4:19]
4. Brash New Pilot [2:13]
5. A Toast [5:16]
6. Living Forever [4:58]
7. Aerial Accident [2:32]
8. A Man for Berlin [4:15]
9. Joie de Vivre [3:13]
10. The Flying Circus [4:33]
11. A Changing World [3:10]
12. Accolades [3:04]
13. Pegasus [4:28]
14. Think About Killing [2:14]
15. Fierce Combat [5:36]
16. Crash Landing [3:15]
17. Like It Was Before [2:55]
18. Raising the Stakes [6:08]
19. Retaliation [3:59]
20. Making War to Win [1:29]
21. "We're All Next" [4:36]
22. Germany's Future [2:33]
23. BC... Before Combat [1:55]
24. AD... After Death [9:23]
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Disc #1 -- Von Richthofen and Brown
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      Audio: French Mono
      Audio: Spanish Mono
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