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AIRPORT-COMPLETE COLLECTION (BLU RAY) (4DISC)

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A suspense filled drama focusing on tragedy strikes an airline.

Trailer - Airport

Synopsis: In this disaster film, a nutcase detonates a bomb aboard a plane, leaving the flight and ground crews to figure out how to safely land their dangerously-crippled vessel during a terrible blizzard. The bulk of the story centers on the ways in which people deal with the situation.

Rating: G
Genre: Action & Adventure, Drama, Mystery & Suspense
Directed By: George Seaton , Henry Hathaway
Written By: George Seaton
In Theaters:   Wide
On DVD: 
Runtime: 
Studio: Universal Pictures

Source: Rotten Tomatoes

 

Trailer - Airport 1975

Synopsis: Disaster thriller in which a 747 crashes in mid-air with a small private plane and is left pilotless. A female flight attendant tries to rescue it and land the doomed airplane.

Rating: PG (N/A)
Genre: Action & Adventure, Drama, Mystery & Suspense
Directed By: Jack Smight
Written By: Don Ingalls
In Theaters:   Wide
On DVD: 
Runtime: 
Studio: Universal Pictures

Source: Rotten Tomatoes

 

Trailer - Airport 1977

Synopsis: You want reality, get on a bus. You want elaborate, big-budgeted escapism, watch Airport '77. Let's see...we've already had the "bomb or board" plot (Airport) and the "stewardess takes over the controls" bit (Airport '75). That still leaves us the "plane crashes into the ocean" routine. Better still: the 747 is submerged 50 feet into the ocean, but the passengers are still alive and must be rescued before the oxygen supply ran out. Complicating matters are pair of criminals who'd rather there be no survivors. All-star roll call! Sound off now! Jack Lemmon as the pilot, James Stewart as a billionaire art fancier transporting his priceless paintings on the 747, Christopher Lee and Lee Grant as a famed oceanographer and his alcoholic wife (there's always at least one boozer on board), Joseph Cotten as Grant's lover, Olivia de Havilland as an art collector, plane designer Darren McGavin, and George Kennedy as the same guy he played in the first two Airports. While Airport '77 made less at the box office than its two predecessors, it was still profitable enough to spawn yet another sequel: The Concorde: Airport '79. 

Rating: PG
Genre: Action & Adventure, Drama, Mystery & Suspense
Directed By: Jerry Jameson
Written By: Michael Scheff , David Spector
In Theaters:   Limited
On DVD: 
Runtime: 
Studio: Universal Studios
Source: Rotten Tomatoes

 

Trailer - The Concorde: Airport 1979

Synopsis: The fourth Airport film may be the silliest of them all, as George Kennedy returns, this time co-piloting with Alain Delon. The plane is on its way to the Moscow Olympics, has a bomb on board, and gets fired upon with missiles that necessitate flying upside-down. A look at the cast list resembles a bad episode of Fantasy Island, but it's always fun to see shameless touches like casting Mercedes McCambridge (Johnny Guitar) as the coach of the Soviet team. If you don't understand the significance of that choice, you may find this film more tedious than laughable, but fans of bad movies will have a field day, as Jimmie Walker, Charo, and -- oddly enough -- Bibi Andersson rub shoulders with high-altitude disaster. ~ Robert Firsching, Rovi

Rating: PG
Genre: Action & Adventure, Drama, Mystery & Suspense
Directed By: David Lowell Rich
Written By: Eric Roth , Jennings Lang
In Theaters:   Wide
Runtime: 
Studio: Universal Studios

Source: Rotten Tomatoes