A large group of men boards a Trans World Airlines Lockheed Constellation aircraft at Burbank Airport in California, for a public demonstration ride. The flight is photographed from another aircraft as it flies over the California mountains. (glimpses of chase plane cockpit floor are accidentally photographed as camera is lowered while still running.)
Walt Disney Studios in Burbank, California. Walt Disney Production building. People walking in the compound of the building. A sign on corner of Mickey Avenue. A Coast Guard policeman at the gate. Navy personnel and women entering and leaving the gate. The brassard around the policeman's arm reads 'Coast Guard Police'.
Walt Disney Animation Studios in Burbank, California. The entrance to Walt Disney Animation Studios. Above the door is seen the studio's World War 2 service flag. Each blue star represented an employee serving in the Armed Forces. Gold stars represent an employee killed in the line of duty. People entering and leaving the building. The interiors of the building showing artists at work at their desks. A cartoon artist adds colors to a drawing of a fighter plane. Animation artist Fred Moore seated at his desk sketching and reviewing his work. He flips a pad of papers. View of animator working on a sequence between two images of an airplane.
Walt Disney Animation Studios in Burbank, California. Men work on top of a multiplane camera. One man works on buttons. Picture of an aircraft being shot at. A man presses shoot and release button. Signs read 'Camera' and 'Inking and Painting'.
Walt Disney Animation Studios in Burbank, California. Walter Elias Disney, the Founder of Walt Disney Animation Studios at story board. Walt Disney points to drawings and talks to the men seated. Artists and Naval officers look at the paintings.
Aerial view of the first public flight of a Lockheed Constellation (in Transworld Airways livery).
Interior view of the cockpit showing flight instruments.