Wilbur Wright in the Wright Model A Flyer, and stunt flyers do tricks post WWI
United States USA Date:1919 Duration:36 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Wilbur Wright in flight at elevation of 360 feet, in the Wright Model A flyer. Cut to post WWI and scenes of barnstormers performing acrobatic stunts and daredevil antics. A daredevil acrobat climbs on the wing of a plane in mid air and stands on it without wearing a safety harness. He waits for another airplane to pass close enough and then leaps from one plane to the next, grabbing a handle on the wing of the second plane. He suspends himself upside-down under the wing of the plane with painted name "Jersey Ringel" on the side and "JR" on the tail.
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