When Steve Rogers, a commercial artist, is almost murdered by spies looking for his late father's secrets, he is saved in surgery when the FLAG formula is injected into him. This serum not only heals him but gives him tremendous strength and lightening reflexes. To help Rogers retaliate against his attackers, a government agency equips him with a special motorcycle loaded with gadgets, including a detachable shield that's not only bulletproof, but can be thrown as a weapon. Thus armed, he battles against the nation's enemies as the Sentinel of Liberty, Captain America.
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Did You Know?
This movie featured the first time Captain America threw his shield in a live-action movie. See more
When Captain America is trying to stop the truck, he radios in to Dr. Mills to tell him that he had dropped his bike and it needed to be picked up. Moments later, he bends an exhaust pipe to an open vent to make the passenger ill. With the volume that Captain America had to speak into the radio, the passenger should have heard him talking and been able to react to his being there. See more
Dr. Simon Mills
Steve, I wonder if you have any idea what a tragedy it was when your father died. Now I mean of course not just for youself, but for this entire nation.
Maybe I don't. But he was my dad and I loved him. And then one day he was gone. And all I had left was a letter from the President, a man I didn't even know.