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.
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!.
No mention of sniffing glue but Treleaven (Sterling Hayden) makes his feelings known to Burdick (Charles Quinlivan) in the airliner-crisis drama Zero Hour!, 1957, spoofed in Airplane, 1980.
A battle-fatigued ex-World War II fighter pilot must take charge and land a passenger plane when the crew is overcome by ptomaine poisoning. Added woes are a shaky marriage and flight anxiety that obstructs communication with ground control.
The paramedics respond to a series of unusual emergencies after treating an injured woman at a seance.
Two wealthy men fall into the clutches of fearsome magician Moloch and his hulking assistant who force them into a night-long game of cat and mouse. Featuring Richard Kiel, best known as Jaws in the James Bond films The Spy Who Loved Me and Moonraker.
U.S. Marshal Emmett Dowd arrives at the Ponderosa to take ranch hand Dave Walker to face trial in Los Angeles.
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A woman abandons her child at the Stones' place.
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Betty finishes first in a track race in addition to becoming the flower queen.
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