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Harry Walker, X-military pilot, works for a radio station in Salt Lake City as a traffic helicopter pilot. While on his rounds he observes a bank robbery taking place and the abduction of a female teller. He follows, 1st the criminals in their car, then they transfer to a helicopter. Harry is running out of fuel so he stops on the road to flag down a tanker truck, gets fuel then continues the pursuit.Written by
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This movie pits veterans against each other of two different wars. The four hippie bank robbers are Vietnam Vets, and David Janssen's character had been a Second World War "fly boy" while the police chief who reluctantly works with him (Ralph Meeker) was also a WWII Vet. What's interesting is the Vietnam Vet helicopter pilot has a slight edge on Janssen: In that war, helicopters were used in combat, and in WWII, airplanes were used. See more »
Look, I don't expect someone like you to understand.
Yeah what do I know?
But I knew a guy once. Married young, married beautiful. He even treated her right the first year. And then for the next ten he broke her heart a day at a time. Moral - before you waste ten years, waste a month.
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This movie was one of my favorites as a kid. I have always been interested in world war 2 aircraft and the Flying Tigers especially. Harry Walker is a ex Flying Tiger pilot flying a modern day helicopter as a traffic reporter. The movie is filled with helicopter flying, all very good. The tv movie you see on tv has the original music, however the version you buy on vhs for some reason does not. I'm not sure why the changed the music, the original worked fine. I really enjoyed the character study of Harry Walker, thinking back of his war days, mixing in with the reality of his situation; chasing the new bad guys who have a hostage. I think most will enjoy this fast moving film.
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