Revenge of the Red Baron

Synopsis: Once he fought in the name of honor, now he will fight in the name of family. His glory days behind him, Grandpa Spencer appears doomed to sit in his wheelchair and watch his family come apart. But fate is not content to let this World War I Fighter Ace fade away. An ancient curse on the Spencer family threatens their very lives. The infamous Red Baron has returned to take revenge on the man who shot him down. Grandfather, grandson and daughter-in law must unite to fight the infamous Red Baron; because this time it's their last chance.
Director(s): Robert Gordon
Production: New Horizons
100 min

Simple. See? Child's play.

Like landing an old albatross.

- Well, Rittmeister...

- Von Richthofen.

- Voss. Werner Voss.

- Voss.

This is Lieutenant Ernest Udet.

- Lieutenant.

- Welcome.

And Hermann Goering.


- Do you play, Rittmeister?

- I never play, Lieutenant.

Do you intend to give me

an in, Richthofen?

The game is to take, Lieutenant,

not to give.

You play very well, Baron.

Thank you, Major.

Regrettable that one can't

fly a billiard table, isn't it?

Or that one should fly

as if his craft were a billiard table.

- Sir, the landing...

- That's all right.

I think you'll do.

We'll work on the flying.

- Sir?

- Yes.

If you'd rather

I flew with another squadron...

No, no.

I like the way you play billiards.

- Did you have a cold trip of it, Baron?

- Sir?

Yes, sir.

Well, you found your quarry.

All that was left of him.

Do you want to remember

your first kill, Richthofen?

Yeah. I want to remember them all.

That's what victory's about, isn't it, sir?

I have to admit I don't know

what victory is all about, Richthofen.

But as for remembering

the men you've killed,

you needn't worry about that.

By the way, Rittmeister,

what's the stall speed of your aircraft?

I don't know, sir.

What's the sheer strength of the fabric

of your plane's wing?

I don't know, sir.

Well, I took this little trophy

from the wing of your plane

while you were out there

chasing that Frenchman.

But for God, he would have been

drinking with his comrades

and you would have been

out there in the mud.

Never fly straight and level

for more than 30 seconds at a time.

If you do, you present an easy target

to the enemy.

Keep your head turning

as though it were mounted on a swivel.

Feel your way after the other plane

so that you can drop into a loop

without losing the enemy.

Close in. Close in fast. Hi.

Get right around, pull in.

Get right around behind him.

Try to get in as close as you can.

You got to get very close in,

right on top of him.

Watch out for a lame duck.

He may be a part of a trap

in which you will become the hunted

instead of the hunter.

Only fight when the tactical advantage

is in your favor,

and then make every bullet count.

Hit your target fast from out of the sun.

Look, don't put your hand

in front of the sun like that,

put your thumb in front of the sun.

See what I mean? Right there.

You can see all around you.

All right. Let's go.


Number 10 squadron was hurt.

The Germans have two down.

- All of ours are coming back.

- Good. Good.

- They weren't up in strength, then?

- Strength enough.

We were lucky to manage a draw,

more or less.

I see the new planes have come.

Now we can have a go at them.

Hound them.

Yes, wouldn't that be nice,

the hares become hounds.

I hear the AA is a far better plane.

Kill you, if you don't watch out.

I beg your pardon?

Short of span, you lose lift.

Don't know what you're doing,

you're dead.

Yes, they say at least 120.

That's with the spanner squeezed to 200.

These are 190s.

They give you 1,000 feet more ceiling.

Got to get above the sons of b*tches.

I don't think we've met.

Are you assigned in this area?


I just came in.

I'm supposed to look up the old boy

who runs number 24 squadron.

And I am the old boy

who runs number 24 squadron.

Well, nice to be here.

I figure you can use me.

That's what I figure. I shall have to

find something for you to do.

You have orders?

I was 890 feet per minute.

Set at 21,000 feet half the afternoon.

Very nice.

- You're American, aren't you?

- I'm Canadian.

- Well, it's half American, isn't it?

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