When Steve Rogers, a commercial artist, is almost murdered by spies looking for his late father's secrets, he is saved in surgery when the FLAG formula is injected into him. This serum not only heals him but gives him tremendous strength and lightening reflexes. To help Rogers retaliate against his attackers, a government agency equips him with a special motorcycle loaded with gadgets, including a detachable shield that's not only bulletproof, but can be thrown as a weapon. Thus armed, he battles against the nation's enemies as the Sentinel of Liberty, Captain America.
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According to former Universal Studios Producer Donald Jackson, at New York Comic-Con 2005. He was in charge of working on a script for a Captain America reboot of this movie in 1981. (Concept art was featured at the panel.) The movie would have starred (Jeff Bridges) as Captain America, and would have primarily focused on Captain America and Falcon (Clarence Gilyard, Jr.) in modern day, taking on Baron Zemo, and Red Skull flashbacks would have included Peter Fonda as Red Skull. However, they were unable to reacquire the rights from Marvel. Marvel sold the rights to The Cannon Group, Inc. two years later. See more
When he is on top of the truck, and the door gets unlocked and he swings it open knocking the two guys down the embankment, a few minutes later the chopper lands on flat ground and the pilot runs right up to the truck as it's parked beside a flat plain, with no embankment in sight. See more
Simon, can you still jock a helicopter, a fast one?
Dr. Simon Mills
That's something you don't forget.
I'll meet you at the pad.