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Airplane!, Movie, 1980 IMDB

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Also known as:

  • Flying High
  • ¡Aterriza como puedas! (Spain)
  • Hei, me lennetään! (Finland)
  • Y a-t-il un pilote dans l'avion ? (France)
  • L'aereo più pazzo del mondo (Italy)

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LH

2006-01-02 00:14

I love the gag with the different vehicles

wickey SK

2006-01-02 00:20

me too :D - the farming one was the best :D

LH

2006-01-02 23:45

I love the sceane were one of the control room guys jumps out of a window

wickey SK

2006-01-02 23:47

or that one, when guy plugged whole landing lights off and then said - just kidding and pull it back on :)

LH

2006-01-02 23:50

yeah

LH

2006-01-19 21:11

all the vehicles are brillunt

Jake US

2007-09-11 22:22

anyone got pics of the plane?

Ingo DE

2008-11-12 20:41

Does anyone over here has a deeper knowledge about this movie? If yes, what's the dialect, the two black guys on the right side in the plane are talking in the orign US-version?
At the German synchronisation it's heaviest Bavarian. :)


The VHS-tape of that movie was a gift of my wife, when we'd been just shortly together. A good example, how deep young love can be - my wife hates all movies, made by the Zucker-brothers and movies, where Lesley Nielsen is involved. I must watch all of them alone. :D

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greybear EN

2008-11-12 22:03

I don't remember the film in detail but I think you are referring to the two characters who talk in 'Jive'. It is, or was, a black dialect which started with black labourers, especially railroad builders. Later it was heavily influenced by the emergence of black music especially jazz and blues. I suspect that the way they talk in the film is a parody rather than a true form of Jive. Like most forms of slang its purpose was to exclude those who did not belong to the group, i.e. white people.

Ingo DE

2008-11-13 22:09

Ah thanks, perhaps I'll find an original tape sometimes.

walter sobchak US

2010-10-06 03:11

"Oh, stewardess, I speak Jive."

And, yes, that's Barbara Billingsley, Mrs. Cleaver herself, speaking jive.

ingo DE

2011-02-26 00:57

One Mercedes [W123] appears, too. At the beginning, standing in front of the terminal.

opal TH

2011-07-22 10:54

Add missing Vehicles

opal TH

2011-07-22 10:58

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ingo DE

2011-07-22 22:16

The Benz is still missing.

sixcyl FR

2011-08-05 09:14

Aircrafts listed at:
http://www.impdb.org/index.php?title=Airplane!

G-MANN UK

2011-11-27 19:23

'Aircrafts' is incorrect, it's 'aircraft' (just so you know in future)

sixcyl FR

2011-11-27 19:54

un Aeronef, 2, 3,4 .. aéronefs... in French
I didn't know it's unvariant in English [Image: spamafote.gif]


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G-MANN UK

2011-11-27 21:07

It's OK to say "aeroplanes" (or airplanes if you're American) though. But craft is just one of those words that doesn't need to be pluralised.

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police car fan NL

2013-09-13 20:22

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ingo DE

2013-09-14 14:47

German title: "Die unglaubliche Reise in einem verrückten Flugzeug" - yes, I have a VHS-tape of it :)

mike962 DE

2013-09-14 14:49

you still have a VHS ??????? how come they escaped the garbage so far ??

ingo DE

2013-09-14 15:05

Yes, I'm a late bloomer (in technical things). I've bought my first VHS-video-recorder in 1999 (my year of modernisation, I also bought my first car with a catalysator then, the 1987 Passat Variant GT). The first colour-TV I had in 1994 and a DVD-recorder in 2004 IIRC.

rjluna2 US

2013-09-15 02:47

The nostalgic ingo :D

Baube QC

2017-02-20 16:54

i never took the plane so i might be wrong but.... the plane's engines sound doesn't seems to match the kind of plane ( sounds like a propeller plane )..... :D

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shlc647 US

2017-02-20 18:27

I noticed that too when I watched the movie. I think that is a sound editing error.

jettalover US

2017-02-21 04:51

Or they put the wrong engine sound for giggles.

train68 US

2020-07-10 06:39

Rest in peace, Leslie Nielsen.

Baube QC

2021-01-24 23:31

Baube wrote i never took the plane so i might be wrong but.... the plane's engines sound doesn't seems to match the kind of plane ( sounds like a propeller plane )..... :D

shlc647 wrote I noticed that too when I watched the movie. I think that is a sound editing error.

jettalover wrote Or they put the wrong engine sound for giggles.


its very surprising but according to this pilot it would be accurate ( but i think they probably edited the jet sound out )

ayba US

2021-11-07 18:49

Why was this movie rated PG despite it being inappropriate?

Baube QC

2021-11-07 19:50

not sure but i think the rating system was different back then

dhill_cb7 US

2021-11-07 21:10

ayba wrote Why was this movie rated PG despite it being inappropriate?

There wasn't a PG-13 until the mid 1980s. If there wasn't Nudity, gross swearing, or extreme violence then a PG would suffice.
Quote In the early 1980s, complaints about violence and gore in films such as Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom and Gremlins, both of which received PG ratings, refocused attention on films seen by small children and pre-teens.[23] According to author Filipa Antunes, this revealed the conundrum of a film that "could not be recommended for all children but also could not be repudiated for all children uniformly," leading to speculation that the rating system's scope, in particular its PG classification, "no longer matched a notion of childhood most parents in America could agree on."[24] Steven Spielberg, director of Temple of Doom and executive producer of Gremlins, suggested a new intermediate rating between "PG" and "R".[25] The "PG-13" rating was introduced on July 1, 1984, with the advisory "Parents Are Strongly Cautioned to Give Special Guidance for Attendance of Children Under 13 – Some Material May Be Inappropriate for Young Children". The first film to be released with this rating was the 1984 John Milius war film Red Dawn.[26] In 1985, the wording was simplified to "Parents Strongly Cautioned – Some Material May Be Inappropriate for Children Under 13".[27] Around the same time, the MPAA won a trademark infringement lawsuit against the producers and distributors of I Spit on Your Grave over a fraudulent application of its R rating to the uncut version of the film,[28] and forced its member studios and several other home video distributors to put MPAA ratings on the packaging of MPAA-rated films via a settlement that would come into effect by fall that year.[29]


Link to "en.wikipedia.org"

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