1 edition of Exil sám o sobě found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 319-320) and name index (p. 321-326).
|Statement||Etnologický ústav AV ČR|
|Publishers||Etnologický ústav AV ČR|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 134 p. :|
|Number of Pages||93|
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The climactic flight of Yeager in a was originally to be made with a modified but ultimately, Wilmore decided that the production had to make do with a repainted Luftwaffe F-104G, which lacks the rocket engine of the NF-104. Although test pilots at Edwards mock the Mercury program for sending "spam in a can" into space, they recognize that they are no longer the fastest men on Earth, and Yeager states that "it takes a special kind of man to volunteer for a suicide mission, especially when it's on national TV.
Scott Carpenter said that it was a "great movie in all regards". Despite this, it received widespread critical acclaim and was nominated for eight at thefour of which it won. The tests are no longer secret, as the military soon recognizes that it needs good publicity for funding, and with "no bucks, no ".
asUSAF; Helm also provides voice-over at the beginning and end of the film• The seven astronauts are determined to match and surpass the Russians.Ebert's co-host ofalso named The Right Stuff the best film of 1983, and said "It's a great film, and I hope everyone sees it.
Grueling physical and mental tests select the astronauts, including of the, and of theas well as Cooper, Grissom and Slayton; they immediately become national heroes. In an early interview, Deke Slayton said that none of the film "was all that accurate, but it was well done.USAF Ret as Fred, the bartender at Pancho's Exil sám o sobě Shepard gives the film much well-needed heft. Many criticize Grissom for possibly panicking and opening the hatch prematurely.
"Yeager's Triumph" Bill Conti 5:39 12. In addition, the published a book on The Right Stuff by Tom Charity in October 1997 that offered a detailed analysis and behind-the-scenes anecdotes.
Even off-the-shelf plastic scale models were utilized for aerial scenes. Plot [ ] In 1947, the Muroc Army Air Field in California has fly high-speed aircraft such as the rocket-poweredbut they die as a result. The film stars,and.