B is a nine-year-old Nebraska girl obsessed with flying. The day
B: Let’s get started! Because if there is one thing I do know about, it’s YOU!
B: No, you! A.E. Amelia Earhart!
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B: What about the second time you flew the Atlantic? The time you did it SOLO? Fourteen hours and 56 minutes, all by yourself, up in the air with all that ocean!
(A and B exchange a look.)
B (cont’d): May 20th, 1932. Harbord Grace, Newfoundland.
For full extended scene, please refer to clips or the script edition cited here: Susan Zeder, When She Had Wings, Dramatic Publishing, 2016, pp. 39-42.
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