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1990 film by Michael Caton-Jones

Memphis Belle

Release date 1990
Released30 years (approx) ago
Duration 103 minutes
Memphis Belle
Memphis Belle
The only airworthy B17 outside of the USA, 'Sally B' has been based at Duxford since 1975. Since 1989 she has been painted to represent the famous B-17F 'Memphis Belle' which was based at nearby Bassingbourn. Although she still retains this scheme, she has now had her chin turret re-installed, which returns her to 'G' status. c/n 8693(-VE). She is seen getting airborne at her Duxford base to display at the 2014 D-Day Anniversary Airshow. Imperial War Museum. Duxford, UK. 26-5-2014

About Memphis Belle

Memphis Belle is a 1990 British-American war drama film directed by Michael Caton-Jones and written by Monte Merrick. The film features an all-star cast with Matthew Modine, Eric Stoltz, and Harry Connick Jr. (in his film debut) in leading roles. Memphis Belle is a fictionalization of the 1943 documentary Memphis Belle: A Story of a Flying Fortress by director William Wyler, about the 25th and last mission of an American Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress bomber, the Memphis Belle, based in England during World War II. The 1990 version was co-produced by David Puttnam and Wyler's daughter Catherine, and dedicated to her father. The film closes with a dedication to all airmen, friend or foe, who fought in the skies above Europe during World War II.