Airport Terminal Pack: (Airport / Airport '75 / Airport '77 / Airport '79 - The Concord)
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The Academy Award-nominated Airport and the sensational sequels that followed are now together in one high flying collection, the Airport Terminal Pack. Prepare to take off for non-stop thrills and edge-of-your-seat excitement as you fly to extremes with Hollywood's royal jet set, including: Charlton Heston, Burt Lancaster, Jimmy Stewart, Jack Lemmon, Lee Grant, Jacqueline Bisset, Dean Martin, George Kennedy and many more.AirportThe original airplane disaster movie nominated for ten Academy Awards including Best Picture.Airport 1975A mid-air collision leaves a 747 without a pilot and little hope for survival.Airport '77A 747 is trapped underwater in the Bermuda Triangle. It's a race against time and the elements to save the passengers and crew!The Concorde: Airport '79At twice the speed of sound, the Concorde must evade a vicious attack by a traitorous arms smuggler!
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Burt Lancaster headlines the film as the Airport’s manager, and must deal with a series of problems over the next few hours. These problems include a elderly woman attempting to sneak onto a plane, a potential bombing, a blizzard, food poisoning, and of course a potential plane crash.
Joining Lancaster are Dean Martin, Jacqueline Bisset, George Kennedy, and Helen Hayes who won an oscar for her role. All together the film was nominated for ten academy awards. Most importantly it was this film that paved the way for other all star disaster films like the Towering Inferno, the Poseidon Adventure, Earthquake, and even the lesser known but wonderful Cassandra Crossing (which also started Lancaster who once again must manage a crisis). This film also has three sequels, but only one of them (Airport 75’) is really worth watching.