A crazed Vietnam vet bomber hijacks a Boeing 707 in this disaster film filled with the usual early '70s stereotypes, and demands to be taken...更多>
[first lines] John Bimonte: [Hank is doing his walk-around the aircraft] Hey, Hank! Ready to go. Capt. Henry 'Hank' O'Hara: Wrong! You got a broken cowling latch here. John Bimonte:
What the hell? I'll get right on it.
Capt. Henry 'Hank' O'Hara: Take all the time you want, John. You got 10 minutes. Angela Thacher: Economy's straight back there. Elly Brewster: I'm traveling First Class. Angela Thacher: [looking at her ticket, surprised] Oh. Miss Brewster. You'll find your seat right... Elly Brewster: ...there. You bet I will! Elly Brewster: Miss! Miss! In there. Lipstick. There's lipstick in the john. Angela Thacher: Lipstick. Elly Brewster: Yes, on the mirror. Go and see for yourself. Angela Thacher: Wait right here. [Angies enters and leaves the lavatory, looking very serious] Elly Brewster: Did you see it? Did you see it? Angela Thacher: [whispering] Would you keep your voice down? Elly Brewster: I'm trying to, damn you. [Angie whispers something in Lovejoy's ear, asking her to go get the Captain] Angela Thacher: Miss Brewster? Hey, take it easy, okay? Elly Brewster: I never thought about dying before. Capt. Henry 'Hank' O'Hara: [over the P.A.] I'd like to repeat one thing: this threat is probably a hoax. There is no real cause for alarm. Anchorage is a routine destination for Global. I've told you substantially everything there is to know, but I promise you I'll pass on any further information as soon as I get it. Well, one good thing: all drinks are on the airline for everyone. You can unfasten your seat belts, but keep an eye on the sign as we turn into the airport. Thank you.