G | | Action, Drama, Thriller
A bomber on board an airplane, an airport almost closed by snow, and various personal problems of the people involved.
Final film of Virginia Grey.
Have you ever been a stowaway on any other airline?
Ada Quonsett: Oh, yes. But I like Trans Global the best.
Tanya Livingston: Well, it's nice to meet a satisfied customer.
SPOILTER: When the plane lands, it pulls right up to the gate. For safety reason, an airliner with this kind of damage would not be allowed to be anywhere near the gate.
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TV prints and early videotape pan and scan versions have alterations beyond simple pan and scan. On some of the multi image scenes, instead of panning to the image best serving the scene, they substitute a full screen version of that segment that was originally part of the multi image shot. Like the scene where Burt Lancaster is talking to his wife and 2 daughters all at once. The theatrical version(and present wide screen DVD) maintained images of his wife, him and both daughters separately(recent pan and scan editions temporarily letterbox or otherwise modify the theatrical composition). On the early TV and video versions, only the person talking is seen in a full screen shot used for that multi image shot(showing more image information then when it was composed as part of the theatrical multi image shot). Also, on the split screen shot of Dean Martin in a cab and Jackie Bisset getting out of the shower, the split screen is recomposed for 4:3, cropping each image to better fit.
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