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Crash Landing (1958)

 -  Drama  -  July 1958 (USA)
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Airplane passengers prepare for a crash landing in the ocean.

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Captain Steve Williams
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Helen Williams (as Nancy Davis)
Irene Hervey ...
Bernice Willouby
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John Smithback
Bek Nelson ...
Nancy Arthur
Jewell Lain ...
Ann Thatcher
Sheridan Comerate ...
Howard Whitney
Richard Newton ...
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Maurice Stanley
Hal Torey ...
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Phil Burton
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Airplane passengers prepare for a crash landing in the ocean.

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July 1958 (USA)  »

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Pakkolasku  »

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Appears to use the same interior sets for the cabin and cockpit as used in "Zero Hour!" (1957) See more »

Goofs

Although not stated in the film, the film-makers clearly intended to depict a Douglas DC-7C in the movie. In the exterior scenes, we see the "7 Seas" logo on the vertical fin, and in the close-up scenes of the engines, we see four-blade props and prop spinners as on a DC-7. However, with exception of the logo, the plane shown in the exterior scenes is a DC-4, evident by the more rounded shape of the vertical fin, the length of the aircraft, and no prop spinners. See more »

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Spoofed in Airplane! (1980) See more »

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Not bad, but not the best
12 August 2003 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

You've got to love the old black and white DC-3 airplane disaster movies - well, I like them. This one is OK if a little pedestrian. What is odd is the abrupt ending - it looked like a reel was missing. It'll fill in a couple of hours, but you won't rush out to buy a copy.


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