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Charles Lindbergh Movie Clips

Charles Lindbergh- Time Man of the Year- 1927 and the Spirit of St. Louis

The following movie clips can be viewed within common players such as Real Player or Microsoft Media Player. Please feel free to submit additional clips for this site!

NEW-Real Player Video Clip created from 1927 8 mm news reel films and Victor orthophonic recordings

The following Real Player video clip was created by the Minneapolis Star Tribune from 8 mm news reel films and Victor orthophonic recordings that were in the Lindbergh collection of the owner of this site; Pat Ranfranz. The audio and video was combined to create the following Real Player clip including Lindbergh's arrival in Paris and his return to the US. You will need a version of Real Player installed to view the clip.

The following video clips were digitized and compress by Anoka-Hennepin Technical Colleges Media Production Department. Come visit the Anoka-Hennepin Technical and learn more about video on the internet www.ank.tec.mn.us/video.htm

The following video clips include Wright Brothers flight, Roosevelt Field Take-off, arrival in Paris, Europe Tour, Paris crowds, Lindbergh return to the U.S., reception in Washington DC, and New York parade:

Smithsonian Video of the Spirit of St. Louis

AVI Movie Clip #1:
This clip shows the actual Spirit of St. Louis on display at the Smithsonian. The clips talks about how the Spirit of St. Louis helped make the Smithonian famous.

AVI Movie Clip #2:
Movie clip of crowds in Lindbergh in Paris and then Spirit of St. Louis on display at the Smithsonian Institution. The clips explains how Lindbergh was contacted while in Paris about donating his plane to the Smithsonian

Charles Lindbergh taking off for Paris

AVI Movie Clip #3:
Movie clip of the Charles Lindbergh and Spirit of St. Louis taking off for Paris. This short clip shows Lindbergh next to the plane, inside the plan, and then the take off.

AVI Movie Clip #4:
This clip is the same as the clip above except that it is a series of slides rather then an actual movie.

MOV Movie Clip:
Quicktime movie clip of the Spirit of St. Louis taking off from Roosevelt field for Paris.

Charles Lindbergh arrival in Paris

Movie Clip:
The www.apbnews.com site has an excellent movie clip of Lindberghs flight, arrival in Paris, and return to the U.S.

President Calvin Coolidge on Lindberghs return to the U.S.

Real Player Movie Clip:
President Calvin Coolidge presenting the medal of honor to Charles Lindbergh.