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Fred Olen Ray
Steven Lee Allen,
Dawn Ann Billings
Flight 93 The Flight That Fought Back was the first Flight 93 movie I ever saw. It continues from where The Hamburg Cell, a BBC production which was shown on HBO early in 2005 leaves off. The only two things that are strange is they don't show the hijackers entering the cockpit, the heroes pouring water over the hijacker that was guarding them, or one hijacker saying "Into the cockpit....", etc. They did the best they could since the flight data recorder of Flight 93 has not yet been released to the public, and I can't wait to hear them myself. There are and will be other movies about Flight 93 and I can't wait to see them. FOr some strange reason, we don't see Lisa Beamer commenting on this video. A lot of changes have taken place since the terrorist attacks.
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