Murder on Flight 502 (1975)

TV Movie   |  TV-PG   |    |  Drama, Mystery, Thriller


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Left in the lounge for first-class passengers, a letter warns of murders on Flight 502 -- and the warning is received a day early.


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  • Farrah Fawcett, Brooke Adams, Ralph Bellamy, Polly Bergen, Theodore Bikel, Danny Bonaduce, Sonny Bono, Dane Clark, Laraine Day, Fernando Lamas, George Maharis, Hugh O'Brian, Molly Picon, Walter Pidgeon, Elizabeth Stack, Robert Stack, and Rosemarie Stack in Murder on Flight 502 (1975)

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Director:

George McCowan

Writer:

David P. Harmon

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3 September 2005 | michfreak
6
| A Lazy Sunday Movie
When watching this movie, don't watch it for suspense, or character development, or even for the mystery. This is a "make your own fun" movie. You can watch it in the Mystery Science Theater 3000 style, making fun of it as you go. You can watch it to spot all of the stars (at the time). Or you could watch it to find out what Airplane! was making fun of so much; this movie seems to have provided most of it. The pure dated-ness of this film makes it so easy to make fun of. Can you remember a time when a smoking box in an airport lounge was treated fairly lightly?

But don't hate this movie because it's, well, bad; praise it for its badness. This is one of those movies that is good to watch because it's horribly done. The acting is horrible, the script is horrible, the story is horrible. The only thing that was done right was the casting, but, as we're seeing so much these days, a good cast can't save a movie. But a good sense of humor can. Which is why I give this movie a fairly high grade: if you enjoy pretending to be a sillouette in front of a giant movie screen, you'll like this movie.

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