The Aviator 2004

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The Aviator In Houston in 1913, his eight-year-old Howard Hughes gets an ice bath and is taught how spell “quarantine”. In addition, she warns him about the recent Cholera outbreak in Houston. In 1927, Hughes directs his own film The Hell’s Angels and hires Noah Dietrich as his assistant to manage the day-to-day operations of his business empire. Following the success of The Jazz Singer The Jazz Singer, the first film to be partially dialogue, Hughes becomes obsessed with filming his film in a realistic way, and decides to change the film to sound film. Hughes is not satisfied with the finished product despite the film being a huge success. He requests that the film be recut following the Hollywood premiere. He falls in love with actress Katharine Hepburn, who helps to alleviate his symptoms from deteriorating obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). The Aviator HD

In 1935, Hughes test flies the H-1 Racer, pushing the aircraft to a new speed record and crashing in a beet field after the aircraft is unable to fill up with fuel. Three years later, he breaks the world record by flying around the world in four days. He later bought majority ownership of Transcontinental & Western Air. Juan Trippe, a rival company chairman and Pan American World Airways (Pan Am) chairman, convinces Owen Brewster to introduce the Community Airline Bill. This will give Pan Am exclusive access to international flights. Hepburn grows tired of Hughes the eccentricity of his character and workaholic behavior and decides to leave him for his fellow actor Spencer Tracy. Hughes soon discovers an attractive new partner in the 15 year old Faith Domergue and later, actress Ava Gardner. But he has feelings for Hepburn and is willing to pay an editor to keep news about her and the married Tracy from the media.

In the late 1940s, Hughes contracted two projects with the Army Air Forces One for the development of a spy aircraft and the other for the development of a troop transport unit to be used in World War II. In 1947 in 1947, with the H-4 Hercules flying boat still being constructed, Hughes finishes the XF-11 reconnaissance aircraft and then takes it on the first test flight. Hughes is seriously injured when the engine explodes in mid-flight. The army cancels the order for the H-4 Hercules however, Hughes persists in the development using his own funds. Hughes is informed by Dietrich that he has to choose between financing the airlines and his own flying boat. Hughes demands Dietrich to mortgage the TWA assets to continue the development.

As Hughes’ OCD worsens, Hughes becomes increasingly paranoid with his microphones, and he taps Gardner’s telephone lines to keep track of her until she kicks him out of her house. The FBI conducted a search of Hughes’ home in search of evidence of war-related profiteering. Hughes was shocked to discover dirt had been tracked through his house. Brewster offers to waive charges in the event that Hughes decides to sell TWA to Trippe, but Hughes will not accept. Hughes’ OCD symptoms become extremeand he withdraws into an esoteric “germ-free zone” for three months. Trippe invites Brewster to Hughes for a Senate investigation. He is convinced Hughes won’t show up. Gardner comes to his house to groom and dress him for the hearing. He asks her to marry him, but she smiles and tells him that the man is “too insane” to marry her.

An energised Hughes defends himself against Brewster’s accusations and accuses Brewster of receiving the bribes offered by Trippe. Hughes concludes by announcing that he will commit to finishing the H-4 aircraft, and that he’ll be leaving the country if he can’t achieve its flight. Brewster’s bill is swiftly defeated. After flying the aircraft successfully, Hughes talks with Dietrich and his engineer Glenn Odekirk about the brand new TWA jetliner. Then, he begins to experience hallucinations of men wearing germ-resistant clothing, and suffers a anxiety attack. When Odekirk hides him in the bathroom while Dietrich seeks out a doctor Hughes begins to have flashbacks to his childhood and his passion for aviation and his desire to be successful and reciting over and over again, “the way of the future”.