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West Point of the Air (1935) was a Drama - Black-and-white Film directed by Richard Rosson and produced by Monta Bell.

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A contemporary source said there were 1,000 airplanes flying in formation and 200 simultaneous parachute jumps.
Filmed on an around Randolph Army Air Field (now Randolph Air Force Base) in San Antonio, TX. Most of the buildings are still in use, but have been remodeled into offices. Flying training is still conducted on the base.
The Production Code Administration (the censors) requested that the "pansy gag" be deleted from the prints. That gag has James Gleason kissing Wallace Beery, who responds with, "Only men belong in this outfit." However, that scene is in the Turner library print.
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