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Bombers B-52 (1957) was a Drama - Romance Film directed by Gordon Douglas and produced by Richard Whorf.

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The Warner Brothers production notes for this movie state that it was predominantly filmed at two United States Air Force Bases in California. These were Castle Air Force Base, Merced County and March Air Force Base (now March Joint Air Reserve Base), Riverside County.
During the 1980s, film historian Hal Erickson allegedly highlighted this movie's screenplay by Irving Wallace as containing at least a noticeable amount of sexual connotation.
This movie's dedication shown at the end of the film states: "With grateful appreciation for the cooperation of the United States Air Force we proudly dedicate this picture to the crew chiefs and ground personnel - - the indispensable men who contribute so much to our airpower."
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