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  • Actors: Louis Gossett Jr., Mark Humphrey, Stuart Margolin, Alan Scarfe, Sharon Brandon
  • Directors: Sidney J. Furie
  • Writers: Sidney J. Furie, Kevin Elders
  • Producers: Andras Hamori, Asher Gat, Jacob Kotzky, John Kemeny, Sharon Harel
  • Format: Surround Sound, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Dubbed: French, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: PG (Parental Guidance Suggested)
  • Studio: Lions Gate
  • DVD Release Date: April 23, 2002
  • Run Time: 105 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (47 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0000639EX
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,794 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Iron Eagle II" on IMDb

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Louis Gossett, Jr., Mark Humphrey. Chappy and Cooper join forces with Russian pilots to battle a Middle Eastern enemy in this high-flying adventure. 1988/color/102 min/PG/fullscreen.

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General Chappy Sinclair is leading a squadron of American and Russian renegades against an outlaw nation holding the world hostage. When an outlaw nation takes the world hostage, America's oldest enemy becomes her newest ally. Oscar ®- winner Louis Gossett, Jr. is back in the skies as General "Chappy" Sinclair in IRON EAGLE II. With a crew of American and Russian misfits, Chappy must teach them to fly together, to fight together and to face an enemy bent on nuclear destruction. To Chappy it means only one thing - trouble! IRON EAGLE II...an aerial extravaganza where the wild blue yonder just gets wilder.

Customer Reviews

Leave this lawn dart where it belongs.
R. A. Martinek
Then you will want to watch each one to find out what really happened to Doug Masters.
Ray562
I have seen these a couple times - still worth watching.
ted schroeder

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Toolmantimster on December 29, 1999
Format: VHS Tape
Good sequel, good story and a little something for just about everyone (dogfighting, cold-war theme, hot-shot flying, good guy/bad guy and even a little romance to spice things up a bit -- Oh, and Sharon Brandon, well -- I'd fly with her!). The only thing it really lacks is authenticity on the enemy fighter planes; so, if you're a fighter plane buff, you'll recognize the enemy planes as good 'ol vietnam era U.S. surplus.
Otherwise, if you liked Top Gun, you'll want to see this movie at least once.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Charles Denney II on June 9, 2013
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
This was an older movie that I enjoyed very much. However, I would still like to see this and the other titles in the series come to Blu-Ray format.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Dan on December 28, 2000
Format: VHS Tape
Well, I liked the film more than TOP GUN, but the one thing that bugged me about the original and this movie was the use of aircraft. In the original movie, the MIG-23s were Israeli IAI Kfir-C3s armed with two 30mm cannons and some very unrealistic looking rockets. Also, the helicopters in the film were not Soviet-bought 'Hinds' as they were stated to be. They were actually surplus US Army AH-1S Cobras. As far as the second film, the MIG-29s were actually surplus USAF F-4F fighters. You'd probably only notice these minor details if you were or are a major aircraft buff like myself, but if not you'll enjoy the movie a lot more. Overall, the movie portrays the US Air Force in a good light and is very well put together.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By chaplin@netlink.com.au on July 5, 1999
Format: VHS Tape
Well, this film was kinda lacking, in that Jason Gedrick's character, Doug Masters, gets blown out of the sky in the first 3 minutes and that he was assigned a crappy callsign. However, the soundtrack was ok, but not as brilliant as the original.. There are more plot holes than the original.. Ever notice how the Russian soldier, ("Lebanov", I think his name was) is the same guy who played a Mid-Eastern bad guy and tortured (read: beat-up) Doug's dad, Colonel Ted Masters in the first movie...
Ha! Only true Iron Eagle devotees would notice that one.. you've got to get all four of these movies and sit around with some friends from your school days (let's face it, that's when we had IRON EAGLE in our blood) and get some pizzas and beer and enjoy them all over again!
Long Live Chappy Sinclair!
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Format: DVD
Probably set about five years after Iron Eagle, but before the 1991 fall of the Soviet Union, this high-flying action movie brings back Lou Gossett as "Chappie" Sinclair, Doug Masters's ally in the rescue of his father. Disciplined for his part in the affair by being assigned to duty at an Air Force museum, Chappie finds himself elevated to one-star general and asked to improve upon the maverick mission that put him there. Once again a rogue Middle Eastern state (probably Iran) is causing trouble: it has created a bunker deep in its desert and installed a missile capable of reaching targets as far away as Russia. Both the US (for the sake of its allies in the region) and the Soviets want the bunker and missile destroyed, but neither wants to start a full-scale war, so a surgical strike with co-ordinated ground and air units has been planned. And since neither country quite trusts the other, those units must be made up of personnel from both. It's Sinclair's job to weld them into a cohesive force that can work together and bring down the bunker. The problem is that the people assigned to him are misfits and mavericks--and his nominal superior, Gen. Stillmore (Stuart Margolin), is setting him up to fail.

With personality conflicts galore, a tentative romance between USAF Capt. Matt Cooper (Mark Humphrey) and Russian pilot Valeri Zuyeniko (Sharon H. Brandon), and a tension-filled climactic sequence in which Chappie and his team try to carry out their mission before an en route bomber can hit the target and throw fallout for hundreds of miles, this movie, like its predecessor, is especially notable for the aerobatics that fill a good part of the running time. Other reviewers have found fault with the authenticity of the fighters used, but I don't know enough about modern ordinance to care; I just enjoy the flying.
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Format: DVD
This movie doesn't howl at the moon, it doesn't bark, it just yips. Leave this lawn dart where it belongs.

What a shame. I hoped for something at least close to the first movie in terms of fantasy, feel good entertainment. But even Lou Gossett's acting seems to say "Call my agent, get me out of here!" Mind: I love his acting.

And his acting is the only thing holding it together. First, there's the highly out of character death of Doug Masters. That was bad enough. Then the "Soviet" aircraft...okay, I know this is fantasy, but even a Tibetan hermit knows the absolutely distinctive shape of an F-4 Phantom II, and there was never a Soviet plane with an even vaguely similar appearance or performance. Sure, Top Gun used F-5's, but at least F-5's are or were used in both air services' combat weapons schools to simulate Soviet fighters.

Can you say, "crash and burn"?

I knew you could.

Final note: Iron Eagle III is much better. Just as much fantasy, but much better done with fair to good acting all around.
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The movie is nice but i like the Iron eagle (part 1) better. I have lots of disappointment to this movie. First, They killed Doug Masters. For what reason?..... Second, The movie used F-4 Phantoms as a substitute for a MIG 29 for the Russians. The F-4 Phantoms is very far from reality compared to Mig 29. They should have used F-15 because it really looked similar to the Mig 29 with double tail fins and 2 engines with large boxed type intakes. The least choice should be an F-18 instead of the F-4 Phantoms. Third, the ground support units used an improvised M113 instead of the russian BMP's as what is mentioned in the movie. This movie is fine but i prefer the part 1.
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