As seen in Zero Hour!, 1957, the doctor (Leslie Neilsen) has identified the problem, which he explains to stewardess Elaine (Julie Hagerty) who then launches panic, in Airplane!, 1980.
Heavyweight champ Ingemar Johansson (as 'Torgil') with a Swedish folk song, Mort Sahl (as 'Crane') with a routine he must have written, bivouacked in a Korean farmhouse with comrades (James Darren, Paul Richards, Glenn Corbett), in All The Young Men, 1960.
Lt. Toland (Charles Quinlivan) about to expire, carried back by Sgt. Towler (Sidney Poitier), who he gives command over Sgt. Kincaid (co-producer Alan Ladd), southerner Bracken (Paul Richards) objecting, in the Korean War drama All The Young Men, 1960.
The name 'Ted Stryker' may sound familiar as William Conrad narrates after the opening credits for Zero Hour!, 1957, which became the basis for the 1980 hit satire Airplane!.
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