American World Fliers set off from Yorkshire on the last leg of their World Tour.
Brough, Nr. Hull, Yorkshire.
Title: "GOOD LUCK GO WITH YOU! U.S. World Fliers leave for the last 8,000 mile stage for home".
M/S of a row of American pilots standing in a line with their arms linked.
M/S of an aeroplane taking off in water, several mechanics wade into the water to help push the plane on its way. M/S of another plane taking off on water - its landing wheels have been replaced with ski-type floats. Panning shot of a stationary biplane floating on the water, several dinghies are attached to the floating plane by rope. Long panning shot of an aeroplane taking off from the water.
M/S of an aeroplane being towed out of an aircraft hangar by a gang of mechanics pulling ropes. Various shots of the aeroplane being manoeuvred by the gang of mechanics down a wooden slope into the water.
More panning shots of dinghies attached by ropes to an aeroplane floating on the water. Panning L/S of an aeroplane taking off. More shots of a line of pilots with linked arms.
Note: the last section of this item consists of cuts from the original story. AH 2000.
Note: for more stories about the American World Fliers please refer to records for AMERICAN WORLD FLIGHT - G 1071, DO IT YOURSELF - G 1106, US WORLD FLIERS HERE - G 1104, AMERICAN WORLD FLIERS - G 1103. AH 2000.