American aviator Lincoln J. Beachey flies an aircraft and stunts it in the United States.
United States USA Date:1930 Duration:1 min 8 sec Sound:NO SOUND
The history of aviation. The Wright aircraft in flight in the United States. The aircraft flies close to the ground. American aviator Lincoln J. Beachey stunts a Curtiss model aircraft. He flies the aircraft low over a road. A crowd along a fence watches him. Beachey adjusts his crash helmet. A stunt man stands on the wing of an aircraft in flight. 'Jersey Ringling' written on the aircraft. The stunt man grabs hold of a bar attachment under a wing. He hangs from it after switching airplanes by leg and hand only. He then releases his hand hold and swings using his legs.
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