Few aviation-themed stories have stirred the imagination and speculation of history buffs as much as the chronicle of Amelia Earhart. Her life itself was truly inspiring, as she vowed to become the first female aviator to break many key flying records, and achieved her goals time and again. On a deeper level still, Earhart celebrated and exhibited a carpe diem spirit of living every day to the fullest - a philosophy that made her a legend in her own time and inspired many successive generations of young women. This documentary offers a biographical profile of Earhart. It also attempts to clear up some of the mystery surrounding her bizarre disappearance, on July 2, 1937, amid a flight to Howland Island from which she and navigator Fred Noonan never returned.
- Number of Discs: 1
- UPC: 814618013891
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