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Credited cast:
Hal Fishman ...
Himself
Lily Gagnier ...
Kid at Airport Viewing Area
Lucas Gragnier ...
Kid at Airport Viewing Area
Desiree Horton ...
Herself - Chopper Pilot
Clay Lacy ...
Himself
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Himself
Kevin LaRosa Jr. ...
Student Pilot
Cody Masden ...
Kid Reading Plaque
Paul Moyer ...
Himself
Bob Philpott ...
Himself - Pilot
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Himself
Danny Shalev ...
Son at Fence
Edan Shalev ...
Father at Fence
Stacy Sheard ...
Herself - Chopper Pilot
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Waldo Waterman (voice)
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A documentary film that celebrates the unsung hero of aviation - the local airport - by tracing the life, history, and struggles of an airport icon: Southern California's Van Nuys Airport. Featuring aerial photography and an original score, the film dispels common misconceptions and opposes criticism of General Aviation airports. Through the love story of one airport, past to present, the film shares the timeless romance of flying with all ages. Written by Terwilliger Productions

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The Romance of Flying

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Written by Mark Mosher
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Moving, even if you aren't a pilot...
20 September 2005 | by (Northern California, USA) – See all my reviews

What did I expect when an airplane fanatic friend talked me into driving from my home just south of San Francisco all the way to Los Angeles just to see a documentary about airplanes? I don't fly and am not very interested in airplanes. I had surely lost my mind and wasn't expecting to enjoy myself.

From the first measure of the opening theme to the last credit on the list of credits, I was enraptured. I was moved to laugh and cry. I sat immobile, engrossed in the stories, the feelings, the mood of the piece. "One Six Right" made me want to fly. I didn't want it to end and would have remained immobile had the projectionist started the film over again right there. I walked into the theater, but I floated out.

Would I drive down to Los Angeles again to see "One Six Right" again? I would. I would encourage others to do so as well.


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