Ironside (1967–1975)
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Any one of forty passengers could be trying to kill a reluctant witness Ironside and his team are escorting on a flight from Honolulu to San Francisco.

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... Robert T. Ironside
... Det. Sgt. Ed Brown
... Officer Eve Whitfield
... Mark Sanger
... Frank Bolan
... Jack Brady
... Jimmy Otis (as Robert Do Qui)
... Irene Wilson
... Sid Leppich
... Linda Brady
Michael Sevareid ... Donald Wilson
... George Tubbs
Barbara Sanford ... Miss Rossi
Lois Ursone ... Miss Evans
James W. Gavin ... First Officer (as Gavin James)
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Any one of forty passengers could be trying to kill a reluctant witness Ironside and his team are escorting on a flight from Honolulu to San Francisco.

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Crime | Drama | Mystery

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27 November 1969 (USA)  »

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The in-flight movie they are watching is "The Reluctant Astronaut" with Don Knotts. See more »

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Features The Reluctant Astronaut (1967) See more »

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Golde Flies High
5 February 2010 | by See all my reviews

This fine but fairly routine episode is interesting for two reasons. The first is the vintage Boeing 707 interior which is the set for the whole episode. It is interesting to see a cabin with open luggage rack, and how spacious the coach cabin was... but no entertainment. The second is a rare appearance by Norma Crane (Golde in the Fiddler on the Roof movie). Crane plays virtually the same character: a hardboiled but supporting wife. Of course, this time she isn't in a schtetl, but aboard a 707, and her husband isn't a milkman but a shady businessman. Norma Crane was an interesting character actress. Hadn't she died so young, she may have had success on programs such as The Golden Girls.


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