Inferior follow-up in which a madman with a bomb sneaks aboard the maiden flight of a commercial space shuttle. Another ensemble of mostly forgotten television stars!
This special behind-the-scenes look at Survivors features exclusive interviews with cast and crew, and provides viewers a glimpse of what this captivating series has in store.
In this zany farce, a pilot faces his fears to save the passengers of the first commercial spaceflight and win back his ex-girlfriend in the process.
There's a mad bomber on board, the first lunar shuttle is about to self-destruct, the engines are not working, and - worst of all - the flight crew discovers they are completely out of coffee! It's the high flying lunacy of Airplane! all over again as Robert Hays and Julie Hagerty fly totally out of the ozone to recreate their hilarious original roles. The crew of crazies include Peter Graves, Lloyd Bridges, William Shatner, Chad Everett, Sonny Bono, Raymond Burr and many others. Can Hays save the day again - without caffeine? Fasten you seatbelts for a ride you'll never forget - Airplane II: The Sequel.
There's a mad bomber on board, the first lunar shuttle is about to self-destruct, the engines are not working, and -- worst of all -- the flight crew discovers they are completely out of coffee!
A beautiful policewoman goes undercover to break up a drug ring.
Plaza Suite is a confection of three witty comedic episodes starring one of America's finest comic actors, Walter Matthau. The scene is Suite 719 of New York City's Plaza Hotel. In the first scene, Matthau's wife (Maureen Stapleton), discovers that he is fooling around with his secretary. In the next episode, Matthau portrays a producer who calls an old flame for a rendezvous - but the lady has more on her mind than romance. In the final sequence, Matthau and Lee Grant are the frustrated parents of a bride-to-be who has locked herself in the bathroom - moments before the wedding! A delightful comedy, Plaza Suite is written in Neil Simon's sensitive and sophisticated style.
An adaptation of Neil Simon's three playlets that take place in New York's Plaza Hotel.
The fates of the Family, the Lab and the rest of the world come crashing together in a deadly showdown. The Family are in pursuit of Abby's son, Peter, who is in grave danger. The chase leads them to an airfield where the final confrontation takes place.
Reunited and on the road, the Family travel south on the look out for a new home. They encounter a small but thriving community of survivors and decide to take up their offer of hospitality. While Al and Sarah enjoy their new romance, Tom simmers as Anya makes friends with Judy, the community's leader. Meanwhile, Greg and Abby return to Greg's house one last time.
Fifty-year-old cockney wide-boy Billy is a trader and opportunist, traversing the desolate roads of Britain in his well-stocked container lorry. Billy meets the Family on the road and hands over vital supplies. Surprised, but grateful for Billy's generosity, the Family decides to stay overnight in a cottage close by to help Abby recover from her terrifying ordeal at the Lab.
99 percent of the population is dead, Abby has been kidnapped and Greg lies badly wounded - can things get any worse for the Family? Anya realises that they will need medical equipment to save Greg's life and she leads Al and Tom into a hospital. Once inside they face both the threat of disease from long dead bodies and a raging fire which is making the building unstable.
The fates of the Family, the Lab and the rest of the world come crashing together in a deadly showdown. The Family is in pursuit of Abby's son, who is in grave danger. The chase leads them to an airfield where the final confrontation takes place.
The Family desperately tracks Billy, their only lead to finding their missing members, Tom and Greg. Once discovered at a coal mine with dozens of others enslaved, both the Family and Tom and Greg make separate plans for escape. Which will one work?
While on the road, the Family meets a trader who graciously shares some of his vital supplies. Surprised, but grateful for Billy's generosity, the Family decides to stay overnight in a cottage close by to help Abby recover from her terrifying ordeal.
The fates of the Family, the Lab and the rest of the world come crashing together in a deadly showdown.
When Abby learns of a group of boys living in a nearby mansion, she leaves her new friends in order to see if her son is there. Unfortunately she'll first have to overcome an aggressive land conflict between the teenage boys and an ex-army officer.
Abby learns of a group of young boys living at a nearby mansion called Waterhouse. She leaves her new friends in order to find her son, Peter. When she arrives at Waterhouse she walks into the middle of a land dispute between an ex-army officer and an aggressive group of teenage boys. She must try and broker a truce in order to discover if Peter is at the house. Tom, Sarah, Al and Najid are drawn to the comfort and security that Samantha's community provides. Things quickly go wrong for Al as he is ejected from the community. Tom sees the chance to prove himself to Samantha, but will his criminal past catch up with him? Greg and Anya have an encounter with some unwelcome visitors that provides a vivid reminder of how vulnerable they are without the group.
Abby stumbles across a group led by the last surviving member of the Government. This community boasts light, hot water, food and power, all drawn from sustainable sources. Could this place hold the key to everyone's future?
Abby and her new friends discover that supplies will not be shared equally in the new world, as they come face to face with a gang of armed thugs who have laid claim to the supermarkets in the area, leaving them short of food and water. Greg, meanwhile, meets a young woman with a tempting proposition for him which would leave him with a comfortable new life, but would also mean turning his back on the others.
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