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* TheAce: Joe Patroni. This lead to him becoming the BreakoutCharacter and be featured in every subsequent ''Airport'' film.

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* TheAce: Joe Patroni. This lead led to him becoming the BreakoutCharacter and be being featured in every subsequent ''Airport'' film.
1st Jun '16 12:06:51 PM Mdumas43073
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Helen Hayes' performance as stowaway Ada Quonsett won her an Oscar, and the movie was enough of a hit to effectively serve as the TropeCodifier for the '70s disaster movie genre, paving the way for such films as ''Film/ThePoseidonAdventure'', ''Film/{{Earthquake}}'', and ''Film/TheToweringInferno''.

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Helen Hayes' performance as elderly stowaway Ada Quonsett won her an Oscar, AcademyAward, and the movie was enough of a hit to effectively serve as the TropeCodifier for the '70s disaster movie genre, paving the way for such films as ''Film/ThePoseidonAdventure'', ''Film/{{Earthquake}}'', and ''Film/TheToweringInferno''.
1st Jun '16 12:05:50 PM Mdumas43073
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Directed by George Seaton and released in 1970, ''Airport'' was the first in a series of {{Disaster Movie}}s produced in that decade and centering around aircraft in distress. Adapted from the novel of the same name by Arthur Hailey, it can be considered a very close and faithful adaptation; the sequels, however, have nothing to do with an original book.

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Directed ''Airport'', directed by George Seaton and released in 1970, ''Airport'' was the first in a series of {{Disaster Movie}}s produced in that decade and centering around aircraft in distress. Adapted from the novel of the same name by Arthur Hailey, it can be considered a very close and faithful adaptation; the sequels, however, have nothing to do with an original book.
1st Jun '16 12:05:26 PM Mdumas43073
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Released in 1970, ''Airport'' was the first in a series of {{Disaster Movie}}s produced in that decade and centering around aircraft in distress. Adapted from Arthur Hailey's novel of the same name by director George Seaton, it can be considered a very close and faithful adaptation; the sequels, however, have nothing to do with an original book.

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Released Directed by George Seaton and released in 1970, ''Airport'' was the first in a series of {{Disaster Movie}}s produced in that decade and centering around aircraft in distress. Adapted from Arthur Hailey's the novel of the same name by director George Seaton, Arthur Hailey, it can be considered a very close and faithful adaptation; the sequels, however, have nothing to do with an original book.
1st Jun '16 12:04:02 PM Mdumas43073
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Released in 1970, ''Airport'' was the first in a series of {{Disaster Movie}}s produced in that decade and centering around aircraft in distress. Based on the novel of the same name by Arthur Hailey, it can be considered a very close and faithful adaptation; the sequels, however, have nothing to do with an original book.

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Released in 1970, ''Airport'' was the first in a series of {{Disaster Movie}}s produced in that decade and centering around aircraft in distress. Based on the Adapted from Arthur Hailey's novel of the same name by Arthur Hailey, director George Seaton, it can be considered a very close and faithful adaptation; the sequels, however, have nothing to do with an original book.
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!! Tropes present in ''The Concorde: Airport '79'' include:

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!! Tropes present in ''The Concorde: Concorde... Airport '79'' include:
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!! Tropes present in ''Airport '75'' include:

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!! Tropes present in ''Airport '75'' 1975'' include:
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Released in 1970, ''Airport'' is the first of a series of {{Disaster Movie}}s produced in that decade and centering around aircraft in distress. Based on the novel of the same name by Arthur Hailey, it can be considered a very close and faithful adaptation; the sequels, however, have nothing to do with an original book.

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Released in 1970, ''Airport'' is was the first of in a series of {{Disaster Movie}}s produced in that decade and centering around aircraft in distress. Based on the novel of the same name by Arthur Hailey, it can be considered a very close and faithful adaptation; the sequels, however, have nothing to do with an original book.
1st Jun '16 11:56:50 AM Mdumas43073
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Released in 1970 and based on the novel of the same name by Arthur Hailey, ''Airport'' is the first of a series of {{Disaster Movie}}s produced in that decade and centering around aircraft in distress. Based on the novel of the same name by Arthur Hailey, it can be considered a very close and faithful adaptation; the sequels, however, have nothing to do with an original book.

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Released in 1970 and based on the novel of the same name by Arthur Hailey, 1970, ''Airport'' is the first of a series of {{Disaster Movie}}s produced in that decade and centering around aircraft in distress. Based on the novel of the same name by Arthur Hailey, it can be considered a very close and faithful adaptation; the sequels, however, have nothing to do with an original book.
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