Zero Hour (2004– )
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The Last Hour of Flight 11 

Zero Hour: The Last Hours of Flight 11 dramatically recounts the final sixty minutes of American Airlines Flight 11 - an hour, and a flight, that changes the world forever. At 08:46 on the ... See full summary »

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Himself - Narrator (voice)
Amy Sweeney ...
Herself - Flight Attendant (archive footage)
Michael Sweeney ...
Himself - Amy Sweeney's Husband
John Ogonowski ...
Himself - Captain (archive footage)
Peggy Ogonowski ...
Herself - Captain John Ogonowski's Wife
Patricia Massari ...
Herself - World Trade Center Worker (archive footage)
Louis Massari ...
Himself - Patricia Massari's Husband
Nir Maman ...
Himself - Counter-terrorism Instructor
Hassan Mneimneh ...
Himself - Middle East Historian
Magnus Ranstorp ...
Himself - International Terrorist Expert (as Dr. Magnus Ranstorp)
Betty Ong ...
Herself - Flight Attendant (archive footage)
Elie Gemael ...
Michael Woodward ...
Himself - Former American Airlines Manager
Irene Carl ...
Amy Sweeney
Jane Zhang ...
Betty Ong
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Zero Hour: The Last Hours of Flight 11 dramatically recounts the final sixty minutes of American Airlines Flight 11 - an hour, and a flight, that changes the world forever. At 08:46 on the morning of September 11, 2001, Flight 11, a fully fueled Boeing 767, explodes into the North Tower of the World Trade Center in New York City. It is the first terrorist strike on that day of infamy.

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The streets and transit scenes of New York are filmed in Toronto. TTC buses and subway cars are seen, as well as St. Clare station on the Yonge line. The street she's walking along is Wellington St W at Metro Hall. See more »

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The aircraft shown in the exterior shots is not a Boeing 767 but a 737. See more »

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Haunting Account of Flight 11
12 September 2016 | by (Louisville, KY) – See all my reviews

Zero Hour: The Last Hour of Flight 11 (2004)

This here is a pretty intense and harrowing account of Flight 11, which would be the first plane hijacked on 9/11 and the first to crash into the World Trade Center.

The story told here deals with what was going on inside the plane and it's rather amazing that the people on board this flight never seem to have gotten the credit that they deserved for their brave actions. We get to hear about the flight attendants who made contact with the ground to alert people as to what was going on. Through re- enactments we really get to feel how horrifying the entire ordeal must have been. This story is cut with that of a young woman who had just learned she was pregnant when she went to work at the World Trade Center that day.

We get interviews with several family members, which just makes this stories all the more depressing and sad. We also get the words of Atta from a letter that he left behind, which just shows how cold blooded the terrorists were. If you're into these 9/11 shows then this one here is certainly one of the best but that also means ones of the most unsettling.

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