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1. AIR FORCE (Howard Hawks; 1943) 4 stars The single most nerve-racking of all WWII movie flights is probably the voyage of the crew of the Boeing B-17 bomber Mary Ann on Dec. 7, 1941, in Howard Hawks' ace flagwaver. We're rarely off the plane; we...
Tags: Mark Hamill, Jim Brown, John Garfield, John Ireland, Lee Marvin
Los Angeles Times Staff WriterArthur Hailey, the storyteller who made a fortune using seemingly mundane topics such as hotel management, international banking and snow-packed airports as settings for wildly bestselling, page-turning novels, died yesterday in the Bahamas. He was 84....
Times Staff WriterThis crass, grimly unfunny comedy stars Gwyneth Paltrow as Donna Jensen, a small-town dreamer who hopes to fly high by becoming a flight attendant. As in so many Hollywood movies set in that vast stretch of nothing between the coasts, life seems...
FOR THE TIMESWednesday March 26, 1997 For those of you with toddlers who are crazy about old MGM musicals, love sendups of long-gone Hollywood stars and tycoons and delight in such hip references as King Kong being portrayed as a whiny stagehand, the animated...
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