The Horror at 37,000 Feet

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The Horror at 37,000 Feet DVD cover.

TV Movie (1973)

Chuck Connors (Captain Ernie Slade)
Buddy Ebsen (Glenn Farlee)
William Shatner (Paul Kovalik)
Roy Thinnes (Alan O'Neill)

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Boeing 747-100

TheHorror37000 747a.jpg

Fictitious airline AOA colors on a model.

TheHorror37000 747-AOA.jpg

Boeing 727

Just as the Boeing 747 lift up, this shot with a shadow in front of the Moon but displaying a T-tail Boeing 727. Footage reused eleven years later in Romancing the Stone.

TheHorror37000 T-tail.jpg
TheHorror37000 T-tail2.jpg

Unidentified Aircraft

Not a Boeing 747 but probably a Boeing 707 despite flight ingeneer panel is slighty different the usual one.

TheHorror37000 cockpit.jpg

Boeing 707 or Douglas DC-8 ? Next scene is really a Boeing 747 touching down.

TheHorror37000 4jet.jpg

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