Some all-star smouldering love triangles explode in the face of doom... Irwin Allen's last big-screen disaster movie with an all-star cast (check), imminent disaster (check), soapy dialogue and plot (check and check) and wee role for his off-screen wife (check).
FILMS… The Concorde: Airport 1979 (1979) / Airport ’80: The Concorde (1980)
Look who's flying the plane, as Joe Patroni's career takes him -and his "humour" - to supersonic heights... A ruthless arms dealer plans his journalist mistress's murder - after she discovers he's not as nice as he seems - in a flight with an all-star cast.
FILMS… Airport (1970)
The 1970s disaster film genre takes off to a flying start... Burt Lancaster picks the worst time for taking overtime in the first of the Airport movies.
FILMS… Airport 75 (1974)
Things go Black For a while...
Another Airport film, another year with Heston with the head billing of an all-star disaster.
FILMS… Skyjacked (1972)
For Charlton Heston, it's just one disaster after another...
A flight is skyjacked by a mystery bomber who demands the flight changes route to Alaska with more calamities to come.
FILMS… The Medusa Touch (1978)
A moving portrayal of a soulless man...
An author uses his powers of telekinesis to kill in a seventies supernatural horror movie.