A speculation on the fate of the famous hijacker who parachuted with his ransom and disappeared in the mountains, has Cooper following a meticulous plan to disappear into anonymity despite the best efforts of a dogged cop.
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A speculation on the fate of the famous hijacker who parachuted with his ransom and disappeared in the mountains, has Cooper following a meticulous plan to disappear into anonymity despite the best efforts of a dogged cop.Written by
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In 1980, a boy found several thousand dollars in twenty dollar bills from the Cooper hijacking ransom decomposing along the Columbia River in Washington. See more »
During the opening scene, the narrator says, "On Wednesday, November 24, 1971 at 6:27 p.m. aboard flight 305 from Portland to Seattle, the following event actually took place," then it shows D.B. Cooper jumping from the plane. D.B. Cooper did hijack Northwest Orient flight 305 en route from Portland to Seattle on that date as stated, but it then landed at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport and then took off again headed south (no longer as flight 305) and he didn't actually jump until around 8 p.m. More to the point, as shown on screen, it was clearly daylight or perhaps twilight at various points during this scene, but the sun set around 4:30 p.m. in western Washington (where the jump occurred) on November 24, 1971 so it would have been pitch black at 6:27 p.m. and at 8 p.m. See more »
The end credits says Possum - Marsoupial See more »
You could do a lot worse than this slight yet amiable what-if fest that speculates on just how D.B. Cooper got away with all that money. Robert Duvall shines as the insurance company's bounty hunter but Treat Williams comes off somewhat bland as the title character. He's just too boringly cutesy, if that makes any sense. Yet if you told me to choose between this and say RULES OF ENGAGEMENT, D.B. sure gets my vote.
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