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Mosquito Squadron (1969) was a War - Drama Film directed by Boris Sagal and produced by Lewis J. Rachmil.

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Mr. Scott: When your parents died, and you came to live with us, Mother and I always admired your spirit, the way you handled your grief, and went on with your life.
Munroe: Well, that's what they would have wanted me to do.
Mr. Scott: I... I only hope we can do as well, Quint.


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Most of the aerial flying scenes were filmed at the airfield at Royal Bovington Royal Air Force (RAF) Station in Hertfordshire, UK.
Contrary to some opinion mainly due to the word "Squadron" being in the title of both films, this movie is not a sequel to the same studio's 633 Squadron.
The Mosquito Squadron of this movie's title refers to a World War II squadron of Mosquito airplanes which are more specifically described as RAF (Royal Air Force) de Havilland Mosquito fighter-bomber aircraft.
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