Airport '77

1977

PG

114 Min

Airport '77

(0/5)

Flight 23 has crashed in the Bermuda Triangle while taking VIPs and valuable art to Philip Stevens new museum. But when hijackers take off the plane and knock everyone out with sleeping gas the plane crashes in the sea. The passengers survive but a small hole at the front is flooding the plane and 2 daring rescues must be put into action because everyone is trapped 200 feet underwater.

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Released:
Mar 11th, 1977
Budget:
$6,000,000.00
Revenue:
$30,000,000.00
Country:
USA

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- Additional scenes with Lee Grant were shot when the film was shown on TV in order to fill the time slot.

- SPOILER: For full effectiveness, Christopher Lee did the "dead" stunt himself, and as a result was awarded the Stuntmen's Union's belt buckle.

- The movie was released two weeks before the Tenerife Airport disaster when two 747's collided on the runway. This was the deadliest aviation accident in history.

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