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David Billnitzer almost 2 years ago
Potboiler plots, Hollywood stars, a madman, a bomb, a pregnant stewardess, Dean Martin.
Scott Hume over 4 years ago
yt 6 years ago
Yudit Lang over 6 years ago
Bare wire over 6 years ago
Airport is a 1970 American film based on the 1968 Arthur Hailey novel of the same name. This film, which earned more than $100,000,000 equivalent to $558 million today (2010), focuses on an airport manager trying to keep his airport open during a snow storm, while a suicidal bomber plots to blow up a Boeing 707 airliner in flight. The story takes place at the fictional Lincoln International Airport near Chicago. The film was written for the screen and directed by George Seaton. Seaton was assisted by Henry Hathaway, and Ernest Laszlo photographed it in 70 mm Todd-AO. The film cost $10 million to produce. This was the last film scored by Alfred Newman, who died shortly afterwards. It was also the last major film role for Van Heflin. The film won Helen Hayes an Academy Award for her role as an elderly stowaway; it was nominated for nine additional awards. Airport opened the 1970s disaster film genre, establishing the convention of "microcosmic melodrama combined with catastrophe...
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