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Life Flight: The Movie (1987)

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Evangelistic in content and emphasis, Life Flight is an action-packed, family program about finding meaning in life.



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Cast overview, first billed only:
C.J. Reynolds
Pat Delaney ...
Kelly (as Pat Delany)
Lynda Beatie ...
Lynda (as Lynda Beattie)
Rob (as Jerry Jackson)
Janie Risinger ...
Little girl
Patty Dunning ...
Little girl's mother (as Patty Dunning Risinger)
Tim Doughten ...
Little girl's father
Sam Potter ...
Chamin Bishop ...
Eric's girlfriend
Gary Hobbs ...
Frank Overton
Art Breese ...
Fire medic
Troy Wade ...
Teenage boy in helicopter
Robert Earle ...
Doctor in trauma room (as Bob Earle)
Richard Russell ...
Physical Therapist


Evangelistic in content and emphasis, Life Flight is an action-packed, family program about finding meaning in life.

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80's Christian Film
2 July 2005 | by (New Brunswick, Canada) – See all my reviews

Boy you can guess right away when this was done. The hair is dead give away. I was impressed with some of the locations and rescue vehicles used in this low budget film. There is a running joke with Christian films with use of helecopters (Judas Project, Deceived, Omega Code). Seriously though, there must have been some serious community involvement to pull this one off. When you add in the hospital, ambulances, and other emergency systems, it must of been quite a rush. I was afraid that they were going to let the radio be the one who actually proclaims that gospel for a moment there, but I was glad that they showed the power of lifestyle evangelism.

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