One Six Right: The Romance of Flying

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One Six Right: The Romance of Flying film poster.

Movie (2005)

Starring:
Hal Fishman (Himself)
Lily Gagnier (Kid at Airport Viewing Area)
Lucas Gragnier (Kid at Airport Viewing Area)
Desiree Horton (Herself - Chopper Pilot)
Clay Lacy (Himself)
Lorenzo Lamas (Himself)
Kevin LaRosa Jr. (Student Pilot)
Cody Masden (Kid Reading Plaque)
Paul Moyer (Himself)
Bob Philpott (Himself - Pilot)
Sydney Pollack (Himself)
Danny Shalev (Son at Fence)
Edan Shalev (Father at Fence)
Stacy Sheard (Herself - Chopper Pilot)
Morgan Woodward (voice of Waldo Waterman)


This artfully filmed documentary follows the progress of general aviation in the United States as seen from the perfectible of Van Nuys Airport in Southern California.


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