From the “Keep ‘Em Flying” File: Fly American! (1933) is a promotional film for American Airways, a fascinating glimpse at flying and airports during the depths of the Great Depression (best line: “It is a depot, granddad! An air depot!”). Also, the footage from different parts of the country (Los Angeles, Washington D.C., Memphis, the beaches of Florida, Chicago). Watch out for the racist reference to “darkies loadin’ cotton” in Memphis, though. Despite offensive moments, this film is compelling and - at 11 minutes - well worth your time.