Considered a bit eccentric and therefore a tad unreliable, a Royal Aircraft Establishment metallurgist is still respected for his work on the company's newly designed Reindeer, aircraft. Unfortunately, the off-beat scientist has discovered that the new plane has a fatal flaw and that after spending 1,440 hours airborne, the metal in the rear will buckle and the tail will shear off. Now he must somehow convince skeptical executives that a terrible catastrophe will occur if they do not immediately ground all Reindeers.
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James Stewart and Marlene Dietrich star in this 1950s aviation drama directed by Henry Koster. Aeronautical engineer Theodore Honey (Stewart) discovers a flaw in his company's new Rutland Reindeer aircraft when he is sent to examine the site of a recent accident. With his theory not yet proven, he boards a flight on one of the aircraft only to realise it may soon be about to fail. He warns the crew and passengers on board, including Hollywood star Monica Teasdale (Dietrich), but it seems not everyone is willing to believe him...