airport (1970 full movie)
An extension of the previous film, wherein a cache of adventurers return to the overturned ship to seek several fortunes. A great film if you can ignore all those silly disclaimers insisting that Boeing 707s are excellent aeroplanes, etc. [citation needed] He died before the film's release. Art thieves hijack a 747, hit fog and crash into the ocean, trapping them and the passengers under one hundred feet of water. The father never approves of anything the daughter does. (uncredited), Rosa Di Tomaso - Passenger (uncredited), Mrs. Williams - Passenger "[16] The Monthly Film Bulletin wrote, "Corny is really the only word for this unbelievably old-fashioned look at the modern phenomenon of an international airport: the one surprise is that the sweet old white-haired stowaway doesn't spring to the controls and bring the distressed aircraft down single-handed as Doris Day did once upon a time in analogous circumstances. (uncredited), David Knight - Passenger Gwen, just outside the door, is injured in the explosion and subsequent explosive decompression, but the pilots retain control of the airplane. (uncredited), Joan Myers - Passenger Airport is a 1970 American air disaster–drama film written and directed by George Seaton and starring Burt Lancaster and Dean Martin. (uncredited), Mark Harris - Passenger (uncredited), Frederick Williams - Passenger (uncredited), Kay Hart - Passenger The only actor to appear in all four films is George Kennedy as Joe Patroni. (Not that they aren't good planes or anything...). (uncredited), Mrs. Alan Bramson - Passenger Endless problems, professional and personal, are thrown at the various personnel responsible for the safe and proper administration of air traffic, airline management and aviation at a major US airport. Was this review helpful to you? (uncredited), Chester Jennings - Passenger A crazed sniper is set to kill spectators at an L.A. There is also an interesting use of split-screen type devices, and a nice line in comedy. Arnold, Gary (March 24, 1970). (uncredited), Dawn Williams - Passenger Airport is a 1970 American air disaster–drama film written and directed by George Seaton and starring Burt Lancaster and Dean Martin. (uncredited), Sally Catalano - Passenger (uncredited), Mrs. Cary Jay - Passenger The weather remained stubbornly clear, however, forcing the director to use plastic 'snow' to create the appropriate effect.". Golden Laurel – Best Supporting Female Performance: Eddie Award – Best Edited Feature Film: Stuart Gilmore. (uncredited), Martin Rose - Passenger (uncredited), Mrs. William Donovan - Passenger Based on Arthur Hailey's 1968 novel of the same name, it originated the 1970s disaster film genre. (uncredited), Gilbert Price - Passenger (uncredited), Man Inspecting Hole in Plane (uncredited), Controller #1 - Minneapolis (uncredited), Ingram's Assistant - Passenger (uncredited), Mr. Donovan - Passenger [4] Based on Arthur Hailey's 1968 novel of the same name, it originated the 1970s disaster film genre. (uncredited), Commuter at Airport [8], Airport was released on May 29, 1970. (uncredited), Carlo Di Tomaso - Passenger (uncredited), Bertha Kaplan - Passenger Inez frantically travels to the airport but arrives after the plane has taken off... with Vernon, Gwen and Ada amongst those on board.The film is an classy, old-fashioned drama which does not feel at all like the wave of disaster films that followed. Toss in one long-suffering pilot's wife, several stubborn men, office politics and romance and one passenger with a bomb and you have the film "Airport" from 1970. Written by (uncredited), Richard Stout - Passenger Title: (uncredited), Sgt. Bakersfeld orders the plane to be pushed off the runway by snowplows, despite the costly damage they would do to it. Airport P3D (Not FSX) (1080p HD) Inez finds a Special Delivery envelope from a travel agency and, realizing D.O. Guerrero runs into the lavatory and sets off the bomb, dying instantly and blowing a three-foot hole in the fuselage. (uncredited), Mrs. Burt Ball - Passenger (uncredited), Elizabeth Yorker - Passenger (uncredited), Rabbi Leo Bernstein - Passenger "Lousy 'Airport'". Airport (1970) cast and crew credits, including actors, actresses, directors, writers and more. (uncredited), Mrs. Smith - Passenger Looking for some great streaming picks? (uncredited), Mrs. James Mott - Passenger You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. By exceeding the 707's engine operating parameters, Patroni frees the stuck jet without damage, allowing Runway 29 to be reopened just in time for the crippled TGA Flight 2 to land. (uncredited), White-Haried Lady on Dais (uncredited), Ben Bradley - Passenger Edward Washington - Passenger It takes place at fictional Lincoln International Airport near Chicago. (uncredited), Mrs. Ben Bradley - Passenger Nine people explore a cruise ship at sea in a manner that turns their whole lives upside down. "Airport". (uncredited), Jennifer Barry - Passenger A behind the scenes look at the everyday happenings from the people that work at one of the world's busiest international airports, Heathrow. (uncredited), Dr. Avery Smith - Passenger Official Sites Demerest goes back into the passenger cabin and tries to persuade Guerrero not to trigger the bomb, informing him that his insurance policy has been nullified. The film was a commercial success and surpassed Spartacus as Universal Pictures' biggest moneymaker. A bomber on board an airplane, an airport almost closed by snow, and various personal problems of the people involved. It premiered as the first 70mm film to be shown at New York's Radio City Music Hall, running for 12 weeks there as its Easter attraction. (uncredited), Cleveland Dispatcher Travel back in time to check out the early roles of some of Hollywood's heavy hitters. No matter -- Airport's unending sequels and spoofs are a testament that this film is a true piece of Americana, for good or for bad. [Poll], Favorite Edith Head Oscar Nominated/Winner for Costume Design, Blockbuster Oscar-Nominated Best Picture Movies. Check out some of the IMDb editors' favorites movies and shows to round out your Watchlist. Although Demerest is married to Bakersfeld's sister, Sarah, he is secretly having an affair with Gwen Meighen, chief stewardess on the flight, who informs him before takeoff that she is pregnant with his child. (uncredited), Charlie Kaplan - Passenger Bakersfeld and Tanya also deal with Ada Quonsett, an elderly widow from San Diego who is a habitual stowaway on various airlines. A blackmailer threatens to sabotage roller coasters at various American amusement parks if he isn't paid a huge ransom. A supersonic airborne disaster. (1970). Somehow the control tower must get a pilot aboard so the jet can land. Once Ada is discovered, her help is enlisted by the crew to get to Guerrero's briefcase, but the ploy fails when a troublesome passenger interferes and returns the case to Guerrero. The acting and characterisation is good and the subplots genuinely involving. (uncredited), Franco Spinetti - Passenger Endless problems, professional and personal, are thrown at the various personnel responsible for the safe and proper administration of air traffic, airline management and aviation at a major US airport. "[17], Christopher Null wrote in 2000, "With one grandiose entrance, Airport ushered in a genre of moviemaking that is still going strong -- the disaster movie ... Too bad the 'disaster' doesn't happen until 2 hours into the 2:15 movie. Ada Quonsett manages to evade the TGA employee assigned the task of putting her on a flight back to Los Angeles. The film is about an airport manager trying to keep his airport open during a snowstorm, while a suicide bomber plots to blow up a Boeing 707 airliner in flight. "[11] "There's no electricity in it", she wrote; "every stereotyped action is followed by a stereotyped reaction. Patroni's character evolves and he goes from a chief mechanic in Airport to a vice president of operations in Airport 1975, a consultant in Airport '77, and an experienced pilot in The Concorde ... Airport '79. [23] The record was beaten in 1976 by Gone with the Wind.[23]. View production, box office, & company info. Champlin, Charles (March 21, 1970). Due to the bomb damage, Demerest demands the airport's longest runway, Runway 29, which is still closed due to the stuck airliner.

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