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Old 06-04-2015, 02:25 PM   #1
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i like this....but where can i pre-order it ?

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My bathtub is already filled awaiting this one to be submerged for display.
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Will Airport '75 be a set that includes a Beech Baron with a missing wing and the 747 with a hole in the starboard side of the flight deck?
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Will Airport '75 be a set that includes a Beech Baron with a missing wing and the 747 with a hole in the starboard side of the flight deck?
Hopefully a Chuck Heston model in 200 scale as well. Let's hope IF get his skin colour right or the JC fan boys will be out in force
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Hey, I would love the Trans Global 707 in 1/200 if that was released!
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Hey, I would love the Trans Global 707 in 1/200 if that was released!
already been done a few years back!!!

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It was.

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already been done a few years back!!!

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think they should do TWO versions of airport 75 model. before and after the accident with the broken window!
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interesting to mote that ARD have them under BLUEBOX, and AIRSPOTTERS have them under INFLIGHT???? thought bluebox was now JC??? getting really confusing now!
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think they should do TWO versions of airport 75 model. before and after the accident with the broken window!
Just imagine the arguments on here over the size of the broken window
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Don't forget the sexy Karen Black (RIP) who helps keeps the movie afloat, single-handedly tidying up wreckage in the cockpit, flying the plane, talking to traffic control on what’s left of the radio, and keeping her hair out of her eyes.

May we soon expect this?
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Hey, I would love the Trans Global 707 in 1/200 if that was released!
Love that film, my fav of the series. The little old lady stowaway character was named Ada Quonsett in the film so as not to upset Qantas or Ansett
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Well heck, I know I saw the Trans Global 707 in 1/400, but didn't know it was also in 1/200. Will have to start searching for that puppy.
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Well heck, I know I saw the Trans Global 707 in 1/400, but didn't know it was also in 1/200. Will have to start searching for that puppy.
Thanks!
From what we've seen already, models that were once released in 1:400, and being made in 1:200, I would expect the whole Disaster Movie series to come to life!
So hang in there, just hang in there.....
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Will Airport '75 be a set that includes a Beech Baron with a missing wing and the 747 with a hole in the starboard side of the flight deck?
I dont think they will, no, but maybe a poster like this;



Would have been a great cover for the box too!
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May we soon expect this?
Teil, that has got to be the *worst* film in the whole series!
Patroni opening a cockpit window to shoot a flare gun, and still not having his arm sucked out while doing so.....
But I get what you say, at least the whole series would be complete!;-)
But this is a great idea, it not only makes airplane model fans happy, as movie fans and airplane model fans too!
These will be unique releases!
I bet Vandan will create some deep sea diorama for Airport '77!!!!
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Joe Petroni sure had a great career.
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Would that be a good detail to include in the model, I mean , some sort of representation of the damaged cockpit after the Baron hit it?!
I would prefer a "clean" Columbia Airlines 747, unless they include the charts for Salt Lake City Airport too!
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Joe Petroni sure had a great career.
He managed to be in EVERY of these films, bless him!
A former TWA guy too, according to his jacket!



I'm expecting IF releases the Airport 70 Boeing 707 too!

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He had a huge cigar as well
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When smoking in the big screen was still a " glamorous" thing....
And he had it all the time, like in this cockpit scene, its funny to watch!
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Do you like the scene in Magnum Force where Clint Eastwood foils the hijackers? Totally irrelevant to this thread but popped into my head when I saw that photo.
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But back on topic, Airport '75....I was about 12,13 at the time, and this was my first VHS tape rented, I watched it over and over and over again!
Had to take it back, as there was a 24 hour rental period, only to rent it again in 5 days time!
I was in love with the flying scenes, they were real, and the aproach to Salt Lake City, I fell in love with this film, the aircraft and the actors!
A year or two later I had the chance to buy that same tape from the Video Club, and still have it today! Its part of my airline memorabilia, it brings back nice memories too.
Now that the whole series has been out in DVD, I feel priviledged to have them.

So Inflight, if you're reading....maybe we could also expect this one too ?!


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I've never seen these movies...but I dig the idea of a couple of special releases based on them, very original and collectable. If they did a 'Moonraker' shuttle piggybacked on a SCA, I'd defo be up for that...I love the Bond films!
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Do you like the scene in Magnum Force where Clint Eastwood foils the hijackers? Totally irrelevant to this thread but popped into my head when I saw that photo.
Ho dont get me starting.....
I LIKE EVERY film with an aeroplane in it!
I used to record them, only because of the airplane scenes....

-" Bullit " a great film with the SFO airport chase!
Pan Am 707 and PSA B721 ready for take off!



-" L'Homme de Rio " with Jean Paul Belmondo and the PanAir DC-8 air to air scenes, plus the Catalina, great footage!



Chuck Norris, in Delta Force, a feast to 707 fans!
( IF, you there?!)



-" Passenger 57 " too, and a LTU Tristar;





British classics,

- " The Man who knew too much", with Heathrow scenes and the BEA Viscount



-" Out of the Clouds ", Heathrow again, Bea Viscounts, Boac Strats and Constellations, PanAm DC-7...



-" Innocents in Paris " now this is an old one, with lovely Margareth Rutherford, a weekend in Paris by BEA Ambassador, a lovely film!



-" Hot Millions " with Maggie Smith and Peter Hustinov, with lots of BEA Tridents and Heathrow scenes, plus a Boac VC-10 and a TWA B707 taking off to Rio....



And a few months ago I found out another Aviation related series, lovely episodes portraying two flight attendants working for a British Airline with lots of BEA Trident scenes, and one of them always getting the other in trouble!
Its called ;

-" From a Birds Eye View "



Oh yes, lets not forget this one too, another "must" for the " serious" aviation movie fan!



Yes, I do like to watch films with airplanes!
The classics mostly, the new stuff doesnt really attract me....

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Wow, you know your airliner movies Rui! I dig the scene of the 747 landing at Kai Tak in Bruce Lee's 'Enter the Dragon' too!
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What about this one from the Movie "Flight Plan"
Its the E474 = A380/747 hydbrid

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I would just be happy to get Airport 75,77 and 80 on DVD/Blu-Ray

We have Airport 70
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I to love all depictions of airliners in movies and used to record all of them when I was a kid. Even the really bad ones are fun (I remember one where Mr. Brady [Robert Reed] was the captain of an out-of-control SST...)! My wife must be annoyed with me every time there is a movie and I am pointing out all the inaccuracies. "The interior is a 767, but they just showed 747 landing gear and now an in-flight shot of an A230?!?!?!" I always thought I should have a career in Hollywood as an "Airliner Consistency Editor"
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meh......just kidding! Now which one should I order?
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For any Interflug fans (like me) or fans of Soviet airlines generally,Treffpunkt Flughaffen is a 1980s drama made up of one hour episodes from what was East German TV. Based on an Interflug Il62 crew, the researchers did a great job, even down to all the ATC conversations being in English! A great number of external location scenes, in fact, most of the episodes are full of them, an episode set in Havana was very good, so brush up on your German, and give it a look

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Nice topic! Love those epic movie birds...The great disaster movies of the seventies and early eighties..Back then real thrillers but nowadays very relaxing movies with enough to laugh...Especially the last Concord airport movie, what a blast! Nice footage of planes though, love em all.
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To my shame, apart from a few aviation terms, I know no German. The shots of Berlin Schonefeld alone, make it worth a look. By the looks of it, the great majority of the SXF scenes, were genuine outside location shots.

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Indeed, Neil, and its your favorite aircraft, the IL-62!!!!
To admire an aircraft its like admiring a work of art....it goes beyond any language or creed, it comes from the heart!
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If we're on the subject of fantasy airliners in movies, how about "No Highway In The Sky", and Fate Is The Hunter"? The former with James Stewart was the better movie, but "Fate" had some moments too.
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And while we're at it, the American Pride TriStar from Steven King's Langoliers as well please...

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I think that only Steven King could have come up with a cracking tale like that. Did anyone happen to notice the lovely display models hanging from the Restaurant ceiling? I think it was the terminal at Gander which was used.

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They are very hard to find and expensive. I would like the Airport 77 but is out of my price range.
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Don't forget James Bond flying in the Pan Am 747 to Worldport in "Live & Let Die".
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Or Ivan Drago and his Russian team flying the TWA 747 to JFK in Rocky IV
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Would like to see this one made.
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And lets not forget MAYDAY AT 40,000 FEET!
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Check at 6:58' for some great 727 footage!
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