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A Yank in the RAF (1941) was a War - Adventure Film directed by Henry King and produced by Darryl F. Zanuck and Louis F. Edelman.

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Tim Baker: Well, I haven't looked at another girl since you left.
Carol Brown: Well, I've looked at other men.
Tim Baker: Maybe, but I'll bet you didn't look at them the same way you looked at me that first night in Kansas City. Remember?... You were going east, and I was going west; then we saw each other, and I was going east!

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All cast and crew attending location filming at the Lockheed Air terminal in Burbank, California had show identification in the form of proof of American citizenship in order to gain access to the movie set.
According to the book 'The Films of World War II' by Joe Morella, Edward Z. Epstein and John Griggs, this movie was a pet project of studio mogul Darryl F. Zanuck. Zanuck recruited big star power to achieve success at the box-office with Tyrone Power and Betty Grable, the latter of whom was a famous WW II pin-up girl. At the time of production, America was neutral and Zanuck supported American entry into the war to support the allies.
Working on this movie, a 20th Century Fox studio camera operator for the flying sequences of this film, Otto Kanturek and his uncredited assistant, aerial photographer Jack Parry, were both killed in a military plane crash when a Hurricane fighter collided with their Avro Anson camera plane over Cawston, Norfolk, England on 26 June 1941 and this happened after filming for this picture. Other reports state that according to 20th Century-Fox studio publicity, these events involved the two flying to England to shoot airplane fight sequences and after this they, in a dogfight with the R.A.F., German aircraft shot them down and they were killed.
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