WORLD'S FIRST IN-FLIGHT MOVIE
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What was the world's first in-flight movie?
On April 6, 1925 on an Imperial
Airways flight from London to Paris, the blockbuster film, The Lost World, by
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle was screened for the passengers. It was the first
in-flight full length feature movie ever show and often accepted as the world's
first in-flight movie.
The competition for the title goes to a short film called Howdy Chicago that was
shown aboard an 11 seat Aeromarine Airways hydroplane that circled Chicago
during the Pageant of Progress exposition in August 1921.
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