This 1 hour documentary takes you back to the era of the Wright Brothers and Glenn Curtiss as they competed to build a newer, better, faster aeroplane for America…JUST as the drums of War were sounding in Europe.
I’m a romanticist.RICK LIESENRING, Curator, Glenn H Curtiss Museum
And when I see a Jenny fly,
I think of wearing the scarf and
the helmet and out there flying . . .
The JN4 Jenny aeroplane became the ﬁrst mass produced aerial trainer, the ﬁrst to carry the U.S. Air Mail, and the ﬁrst to introduce America to the sky through its colorful barnstorming story.The JENNY taught such greats as Charles Lindbergh and Amelia Earhart to ﬂy. Find out why and learn how this icon became the foundation upon which modern aviation rests.
Stunning aerial images shot in High Deﬁnition, aviation experts share personal stories, and historic newsreels and photographs never seen before, bring the story of the JENNY to life.
“The Wright brothers took hold of a man’s centuries old dream and made it a gasoline-drinking, breathtaking reality. Then out of the travail of the first tremendous flight of 120 feet in 12 seconds at Kitty Hawk in 1903 emerged eleven years later, the wonderful, ugly, cantankerous, lovable, implausible JN4D, or by your leave – the Jenny.”
Travel back to the era of the early aviation pioneers as they competed to build a newer, better, and faster aeroplane for America just as the drums of war were sounding in Europe. The JN4 “Jenny” aeroplane became the first mass produced aerial trainer, the first to carry the U.S. Mail, the first to introduce America to the sky through its colorful barnstorming story, and the plane that taught such greats as Charles Lindbergh and Amelia Earhart to fly. A combination of stunning HD aerial footage, historic newsreels and photographs, interviews with aviation experts and more bring the long-lost story of the JENNY to life.
Narration: Wade Goodwyn
Funding for “The Jenny” provided by: Lonely Planet.com, Curtiss-Wright, Phillips 66 Aviation
Front Cover Image: Joseph Christian Leyendecker, Air Force Pilot, 1917 Saturday Evening Post Cover
Back Cover Images: Archive Images – Library of Congress
Design: WBrentPrice Design/Marketing. wbrentprice.com
Made in U.S.A.
View the trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Htop_pAu5c8
View the extended trailer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XqYT64JKxNk
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