Features Alan Alda's only Oscar nominated performance.
Young Howard Hughes: Quarantine. Q-u-a-r-a-n-t-i-n-e. Quarantine.
Immediately following the aerial filming on Hells Angels, the scene cuts to the Hells Angeles cast party with the camera on an ice sculpture of a mountain and airplane. Two background actors immediately race in front of camera and bump the ice sculpture, causing the airplane to torque at an angle on the mountain. It reveals that it's not really an ice sculpture but rather just plastic with a wire holding the airplane in place.
Aside from company logos and the film's title, there are no opening credits.
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