History Film / SanFranciscoInternationalAirport

4th Dec '16 10:40:54 AM Nicolletta
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* DisappearedDad: In defense of Danny, his dad is a real prick.

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* DisappearedDad: In defense of Danny, Davey, his dad is a real prick.
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* DisappearedDad: In defense of Danny, his dad is a real prick.
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* WhatHappenedToTheMouse?: The Made for TV hippie vs. bald guy conflict never gets resolved.
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* WhatsAHenway: This exchange.
--> '''Hatten:''' What brought you here?
--> '''William:''' The bus, my friend.
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* IdiotBall: The security personnel who fall for Tab Hunter's reverse PaperThinDisguise.

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* IdiotBall: The security personnel who fall for Tab Hunter's reverse PaperThinDisguise.[[note]]In their defense, they had no idea what the man looked like other than, "He's dressed like a priest."[[/note]]
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* AllStarCast: Of TV actors anyway.
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* BrokenAesop: Parents getting divorced? Steal a plane, nearly kill yourself, cause dozens of airline delays, and they'll get back together.
8th Nov '14 12:19:27 PM Angeldeb82
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'''''San Francisco International (Airport)''''' is a 1970 Creator/{{NBC}} television series [[FollowTheLeader partially inspired by]] ''Film/{{Airport}}''. Similarly to other airplane-based [[DisasterMovie disaster movies]], it concerns the interpersonal interactions between the major staff of the airport. Unusually for an airplane disaster movie/series, the airlines are real, lending a sort of authenticity to the proceedings.

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'''''San Francisco International (Airport)''''' is a 1970 Creator/{{NBC}} television series [[FollowTheLeader partially inspired by]] ''Film/{{Airport}}''. Similarly to other airplane-based [[DisasterMovie disaster movies]], {{disaster movie}}s, it concerns the interpersonal interactions between the major staff of the airport. Unusually for an airplane disaster movie/series, the airlines are real, lending a sort of authenticity to the proceedings.



The series began with a 90-minute TV-movie, '''''San Francisco International Airport''''', that served as a pilot. Though critical response was lukewarm, the pilot was picked up for six episodes (as part of NBC's WheelProgram ''Four in One'') in the fall of 1970, but was not renewed beyond the initial six. In the series version, the network stipulated that Lloyd Bridges replace Pernell Roberts; only Clu Gulager was retained for the series. Interestingly, it's apparently the same character of Jim Conrad that Lloyd Bridges parodies in ''{{Airplane}}''.

For the ''MysteryScienceTheater3000'' version, please go to the [[Recap/MysteryScienceTheater3000S06E14SanFranciscoInternational episode recap page]].

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The series began with a 90-minute TV-movie, '''''San Francisco International Airport''''', that served as a pilot. Though critical response was lukewarm, the pilot was picked up for six episodes (as part of NBC's WheelProgram ''Four in One'') in the fall of 1970, but was not renewed beyond the initial six. In the series version, the network stipulated that Lloyd Bridges replace Pernell Roberts; only Clu Gulager was retained for the series. Interestingly, it's apparently the same character of Jim Conrad that Lloyd Bridges parodies in ''{{Airplane}}''.

''Film/{{Airplane}}''.

For the ''MysteryScienceTheater3000'' ''Series/MysteryScienceTheater3000'' version, please go to the [[Recap/MysteryScienceTheater3000S06E14SanFranciscoInternational episode recap page]].



* DamselInDistress: The pilot's wife spends the entire film held hostage. Late in the film, Conrad's secretary is also held hostage by the same group of people, but she is quickly released when she's no longer useful as a hostage.



* DistressedDamsel: The pilot's wife spends the entire film held hostage. Late in the film, Conrad's secretary is also held hostage by the same group of people, but she is quickly released when she's no longer useful as a hostage.



* IHaveYourWife: Done twice in the scheme to smuggle the stolen cash to Mexico.



* IHaveYourWife: Done twice in the scheme to smuggle the stolen cash to Mexico.



* PilotMovie: [[IncrediblyLamePun Pilot Movie?]]

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* PilotMovie: [[IncrediblyLamePun [[JustForPun Pilot Movie?]]
14th Oct '14 6:33:36 PM AnotherGuy
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* TokenMinority: Chuck Daniel as Frank Davis.
26th Mar '14 3:52:06 PM Mdumas43073
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'''San Francisco International (Airport)''' is a 1970 Creator/{{NBC}} television series [[FollowTheLeader partially inspired by]] ''Film/{{Airport}}''. Similarly to other airplane-based [[DisasterMovie disaster movies]], it concerns the interpersonal interactions between the major staff of the airport. Unusually for an airplane disaster movie/series, the airlines are real, lending a sort of authenticity to the proceedings.

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'''San '''''San Francisco International (Airport)''' (Airport)''''' is a 1970 Creator/{{NBC}} television series [[FollowTheLeader partially inspired by]] ''Film/{{Airport}}''. Similarly to other airplane-based [[DisasterMovie disaster movies]], it concerns the interpersonal interactions between the major staff of the airport. Unusually for an airplane disaster movie/series, the airlines are real, lending a sort of authenticity to the proceedings.



The series began with a 90-minute TV-movie, '''San Francisco International Airport''', that served as a pilot. Though critical response was lukewarm, the pilot was picked up for six episodes (as part of NBC's WheelProgram ''Four in One'') in the fall of 1970, but was not renewed beyond the initial six. In the series version, the network stipulated that Lloyd Bridges replace Pernell Roberts; only Clu Gulager was retained for the series. Interestingly, it's apparently the same character of Jim Conrad that Lloyd Bridges parodies in ''{{Airplane}}''.

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The series began with a 90-minute TV-movie, '''San '''''San Francisco International Airport''', Airport''''', that served as a pilot. Though critical response was lukewarm, the pilot was picked up for six episodes (as part of NBC's WheelProgram ''Four in One'') in the fall of 1970, but was not renewed beyond the initial six. In the series version, the network stipulated that Lloyd Bridges replace Pernell Roberts; only Clu Gulager was retained for the series. Interestingly, it's apparently the same character of Jim Conrad that Lloyd Bridges parodies in ''{{Airplane}}''.
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