Charles A. Lindbergh: A Human Hero Movies & Media Adaptations

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In 1957 Warner Brothers released the film The Spirit of St. Louis. Billy Wilder and Wendell Mayes based the screenplay on Lindbergh's autobiography of the same name. The film touched on the early days of the barnstormer and wing-walker, but mostly concentrated on the twentieth-century legend's solo trip across the Atlantic.

James Stewart starred as Lindbergh in the motion picture, which was directed by Billy Wilder.

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