Pan Am (2011–2012)
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Dean takes on his first assignment since his promotion, piloting the Clipper Majestic on its inaugural New York to London flight. Bridget is supposed to be his lead stewardess, until she's ... See full summary »

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Dean takes on his first assignment since his promotion, piloting the Clipper Majestic on its inaugural New York to London flight. Bridget is supposed to be his lead stewardess, until she's a no-show for the flight. Grounded purser Maggie is called in to fill in for her. On the same fateful flight, Kate adds another dimension to her work as she takes on her first assignment from U.S. intelligence. Her stress is compounded when she discovers that newly minted stewardess, Laura, her sister, is also working the same flight. Written by ABC Publicity

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Drama | History | Romance

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This episode takes place in April 1963. See more »

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When Maggie first enters the aircraft she goes directly into the cockpit. The flight crew is surprised to see her despite the fact that she had to walk several yards directly past the windscreen and in full view of the flight crew in order to get to the aircraft. See more »

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Cabbie: [Maggie is changing into her uniform in the cab to the Pan Am building] Are you alright, miss?
Maggie Ryan: [Firmly] Eyes front!
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Mack the Knife
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Written by Bertolt Brecht and Kurt Weill
English lyrics by Marc Blitzstein
Performed by Bobby Darin
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Not what I was expecting......
25 September 2011 | by (Chattanooga, TN) – See all my reviews

I was expecting to see some silly show about flight attendants and the various things they encounter while serving passengers. I was very glad to see that many plot lines were exposed in the Pilot, and it appears that many secrets are left to be discovered. I liked the look and the feel of the show as the producers try to capture the essence of a time gone by. I think the show has promise and potential. It will be interesting to see how each storyline is developed. I was surprised to see Christina Ricci is in this, and in fact, had I not seen a picture of her and advertisement for it on Facebook I may not have watched it. But, I am glad that I did, and I will be watching weekly unless the show starts disappointing.


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