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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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This movie was based on the real-life activities of American volunteers in the Royal Air Force (R.A.F.) according to an article in the 5 November 1940 'Hollywood Reporter' and the Twentieth Century-Fox Produced Scripts Collection at the UCLA Arts Special Collections Library.
According to Bill Collins in his book 'Bill Collins presents The Golden Years of Hollywood', Darryl F. Zanuck was "very pro-British" and he wanted to make a movie about what was happening in England and Europe in regards to the Second World War.
Tyrone Power's flying stunt double in this movie, R.A.F. pilot Lieutenant Harold Barlow, was shot down by German aircraft and taken as a prisoner-of-war, according to a 20th Century Fox studio press release of 24 January 1942.
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