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The Last Flight of Noah's Ark

4.3 out of 5 stars 71 customer reviews

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When a B-29 bomber strays from its course, its crew -- high-living pilot Noah Dugan (Elliott Gould), a prim missionary (Genevi-ve Bujold), her cargo of farm animals, and two stowaway orphans -- must make an emergency landing on an unmapped island in the South Pacific. In order to survive, the foursome, along with two unexpected allies, convert the downed plane into the oddest sea-going vessel ever and then set sail -- animals and all -- on a perilous search for civilization in this Disney adventure for the whole family.

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Product Details

  • Actors: Elliott Gould, Genevi-ve Bujold, Rick Shroder, Vincent Gardenia, Tammy Lauren
  • Directors: Charles Jarrott
  • Writers: Story by Ernest Gann, Sandy Glass, a Screenplay by Steven W. Carabatsos
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC, Subtitled
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Mono)
  • Subtitles: French
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
    G
    General Audience
  • Studio: Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: September 7, 2004
  • Run Time: 97 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (71 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0001I55XS
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #22,851 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "The Last Flight of Noah's Ark" on IMDb

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In 1980 I was an 11-year old who was immersed in World War Two history; especially the aircraft. By the close of the 1970's I knew the B-29 was a rarity, and living at the time in Mesa Arizona I had seen many B-17 slurry bombers (converted), a B-24 and a number of other aircraft fly over my home. But the B-29 was rare. Suffice to say when I saw the trailer for 'Last Flight of Noah's Ark' on TV I was excited! Once the film hit the theaters in Mesa, I got the money from my Mom and rode my bike, (by myself) the 2 miles to the cinema. (Near the old Tri-city Mall for the locals) Seeing that B-29 on screen was, for me, the equivalent of seeing Elvis in-person. It was very special. The flying sequences with the bomber in-flight in this film are some of the most amazing shots ever captured of a B-29 in flight... Beautiful, fantastic work. After the first viewing, I again solicited the funds from Mom and went to see this movie again (by myself) about a month later- I enjoyed it even more and those memories will forever stay with me.

Now, 35 years later I rediscovered this film through Amazon, guessing my 8 year old son would probably enjoy it. This was the present from me to him for his 8th birthday and I must say, for so many reasons I never realized in 1980, this film is a goldmine. It has: WW2 Bomber, a Christian message, Humanity, Sailing, Sharks, Comedy, Action, Drama, tears. My son loves Sharks and this simple Disney film really delivered in one brief but thrilling segment.

I recommend the film. As an 11 year old it was one of my all-time favorites for many good reasons. As a 46 year old Christian Dad it exceeded my "matured" expectations completely and still stands up as a quality Disney film , family friendly and fun with a solid message and serious action and excitement.
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Elliott Gould gives another great performance as the world weary, hard drinking loner (ala `Getting Straight', `The Long Goodbye', `MASH'), but similar to his other early eighties foray into Disney films `The Devil and Max Devlin', his loner character is tested and softened through unexpected events. Geneviève Bujold also sticks to previous performances as the determined and sexy emissary of good (`Coma', `Earthquake'). Both leads give a nice edge to this adventurous tale, made at a time when Disney was making some interestingly cast and original live action films like `The Black Hole', `Amy' and `TRON'. Rick Schroder, in the prime of his childhood acting career, plays virtually the same character as he did in `The Champ'. All of this cinematic pedigree adds a wonderfully entertaining element to a film that could have dived into the painfully mawkish. Complete with night shark attacks, stranded Japanese soldiers, orphans, an eclectic menagerie of animals (who ever sees a mallard duck in the same vicinity as one of those hump backed African ox), and a great South Pacific setting this film has something for everyone. A guaranteed good night with nods to the adults and thrills and adventure for the kids. Hearkens back to a not particularly distant past when Disney was making wholesome original films with a little edge.
As always Anchor Bay does a beautiful job in the DVD transfer, giving more time and respect to Disney's library than Disney does for its own films. As with all Anchor Bay DVDs, highly recommended.
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This is a great movie. My sons watched it (lots!) when they were younger. I've never heard anything about this movie (either before, or since we watched it years ago) I was really excited to find it on DVD so my grandkids could watch it. My grown son also wants to watch it again. A great family movie!
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There are a number of new movies that are great for a family - but this is an old and timeless classic! Great movie!
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Elliott Gould stars as an impecunious pilot who ,in order to stay one step ahead of two strong arm men anxious to collect his gambling debts ,reluctantly agrees to fly a cargo of animals to a remote Pacific island in the company of a nun ,Sister Bernadette (Genevieve Bujold).She has conceived the idea of importing the livestock as a way of converting the islanders to a farming existence .
Omens are not propitious-the plane is old and rickety ; Gould is unenthusiastic about animals;Gould and Bujold clash and two pre-teenage children stowaway on the plane .
The plane goes offcourse and Gould is forced to ditch on a remote island which -just to complicate matters -is occupied by two Japanese naval officers who have not heard that World War two is over ,and who attack the plane without success.
The bulk of the movie shows how the parties combine in an attempt to escape from the island and how the internal conflicts are resolved.
Nicely shot on location in Hawaii and with a strong performance from the underrated Bujold ,this watchable movie is acceptable family fare but would have been all the better for a livelier actor in the lead role .Gould lacks the lightness of touch that Disney regulars from this era like Garner or Dean Jones would have brought to proceedings.
Solid and watchable but second string Disney.
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A Kid's Review on February 27, 2007
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This is your average Disney movie, (clean, decent, enjoyable, and good entertainment for the whole family.) I have always enjoyed these old Disney movies, like Swiss Family Robinson, Cat from Outer Space, Apple Dumpling Gang Herbie, etc., and this is one of the many Disney Classics.
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