Chappy discovers a drug-smuggling scheme at his own air base. It turns out that the lives of some village people in Peru are at stake, and he decides to fly there with ancient airplanes and friends to free them.
Chappy Sinclair is back. This time he tries to help a woman, whose South American village has been taken over by a former Nazi, who is now a cocaine dealer and who uses her village as his base of operations. She manages to escape and goes to the States and meets up with Chappy. When Chappy tries to get help from the Air Force, he discovers that the General he is speaking to, is the Nazi's partner. So, he along with three ageing pilots, take some vintage fighter planes and go there to try and help.Written by
When Chappy uses the 'Super Booster' for his P-38 Lightning, the airspeed indicator goes over 600 miles per hour. It is impossible for the P-38 Lightning (or any other propeller aircraft, for that matter) to reach that speed. See more »
Unintentionally funny & painfully dumb. Makes the original Iron Eagle look like Citizen Kane. Why anyone would agree to participate in this is beyond me. They probably could have gotten more money and respect selling Amway. I watched this movie at 3:00 in the morning because nothing else was on TV. I wish I would have watched the Weather Channel. I think this movie was trying to suck out my soul.
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