Steel

  • 1980
  • Movie
  • PG
  • Drama

A harmless drama, STEEL concerns a construction crew fighting to finish nine floors of a skyscraper before the bank interferes. The construction company's owner, George Kennedy, pitches in to help, but he's killed in a fall from the structure. His daughter, Jennifer O'Neill, takes over, hiring Lee Majors and his hand-picked crew of ace workers to try to...read more

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A harmless drama, STEEL concerns a construction crew fighting to finish nine floors of a skyscraper before the bank interferes. The construction company's owner, George Kennedy, pitches in to help, but he's killed in a fall from the structure. His daughter, Jennifer O'Neill, takes over,

hiring Lee Majors and his hand-picked crew of ace workers to try to finish the nearly impossible task. The dangers presented on-screen were tragically duplicated in real life when stuntman A.J. Bakunis fell to his death during production in Lexington, Kentucky. Attempting to regain his status as

the record-holder for the longest stunt fall, Bakunis was killed when he broke through the 12-foot airbag upon which he was to soft-land.

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  • Released: 1980
  • Rating: PG
  • Review: A harmless drama, STEEL concerns a construction crew fighting to finish nine floors of a skyscraper before the bank interferes. The construction company's owner, George Kennedy, pitches in to help, but he's killed in a fall from the structure. His daughter… (more)

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