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Sam Bowman over 3 years ago
Gorilla Romero over 3 years ago
Nino Vignjevic over 7 years ago
Little Dieter Needs to Fly is a 1997 documentary film made for German television, written and directed by Werner Herzog, produced by Werner Herzog Filmproduktion. The film was released to DVD in 1998 by Anchor Bay. Herzog found a kindred spirit in German-American Navy pilot and Vietnam veteran, Dieter Dengler. Like Herzog, Dengler grew up in a Germany reduced to rubble by World War II. Dengler's stories of hunger and deprivation in the years after the war echo similar stories from Herzog's past. Dengler recounts an early memory of Allied fighter-bombers destroying his village in which he saw one of the pilots and decided that he too wanted to be a pilot. At 18, Dengler emigrated to America. He served a 2-year enlistment in the Air Force, but was frustratingly unable to gain a pilot's slot in that service. After leaving the Air Force, Dengler attended college and then joined the Navy. After completing flight training, he was assigned as an Douglas A-1 Skyraider pilot in Attack Squadron...
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