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Amelia Earhart: The Final Flight (1994)

In 1928, Amelia Earhart gains fame by undertaking a transatlantic flight as a passenger. In 1937, she and her navigator Fred Noonan undertake her longest flight: a round-the-world attempt. However, the plane disappears in the process.

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(source material book "Amelia Earhart: A Biography"),
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Nominated for 1 Golden Globe. Another 1 win & 7 nominations. See more awards »

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... Amelia Earhart
... Fred Noonan
... George Putnam
... Paul Mantz
... Harry Manning
... Joseph Laughlin
... Mrs. Atkinson
Heather Lauren Olson ... Teenage Girl Fan
Don Bloomfield ... Sid Smith
... Radio Show Hostess
... Radio Show Sound Effects Man
... President Elliot
Marilyn Rockafellow ... Mrs. Elliot
... Purdue Male Guest
... Purdue Female Guest #1
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A telling of the story of the famous U.S. aviatrix Amelia Earhart who attempted to fly solo around the world in 1937. She disappeared during the process. Written by Nasser <NasKU@aol.com>

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Her life was a legend ... Her disappearance remains a mystery.


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TV-14 | See all certifications »
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12 June 1994 (USA)  »

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When Amelia's plane takes off from Miami at the start of her flight around the world, mountains can be seen in the background. There are no mountains in southern Florida. See more »

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Featured in The 52nd Annual Golden Globe Awards (1995) See more »

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A miscast Keaton, but otherwise solid.
4 February 2007 | by See all my reviews

The film is interesting, with a good Dern and a good Hauer, but Keaton is badly miscast. Her hectic, slightly quirky style doesn't fit the role of this woman at all. And I can't imagine Keaton riding a bicycle without help, let alone flying an airplane; she looks as out of place in that cockpit as Ernest Borgnine in a bedroom putting ice-cubes on Kim Basinger's stomach. It was obvious that the PC 90s would add a feminist touch to this woman, whether she really was a hard bitch or not. They just forgot to mention the fact that she dumped her husband (and kids, I think) and some other less heroic details. The way they make Earhart scream and bitch all the time seems a little exaggerated, but there is no question that this must have been a woman with the ego of a Warren Beatty. The aerial shots are nice.


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