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    The Doomsday Flight

Rating:

Disaster:

Air Disaster

Plot Summary:

A madman threatens to blow up an airplane in midair unless his demands are met, and officials begin a desperate race against time to find the bomb.

Comments:

The 'Airport' series of aviation disaster films always get the credit for starting the genre, but this little gem is just as entertaining and even more realistic than it's most similar film, 'Airport'. Plenty of airborne drama, interesting characters and slightly dated dialogue make 'The Doomsday Flight' and enjoyable hour and a half that any air disaster movie lover will enjoy.

Special Effects:

There are no real special effects in this film.

Status:

Available

Released:

1966

Runtime:

100 mins

Color System:

Color

Screen Ratio:

Fullscreen (1.33:1)

Starring:

John Saxon, Edmond O'Brien

Producer:

Frank Price

Director:

William A Graham

AKA:

none
   

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