|Airport 1975 1974 PG, 106 min.|
Genre: Drama / Action / Thriller
Director: Jack Smight
Cast: Charlton Heston, George Kennedy, Gloria Swanson, Dana Andrews, Myrna Loy, Karen Black, Efrem Zimbalist Jr., Susan Clark, Helen Reddy, Linda Blair, Roy Thinnes, Sid Caesar, Ed Nelson, Nancy Olson, Larry Storch
In this sequel to "Airport," a small plane crashes into a 747 that is carrying passengers from Washington to Los Angeles. The pilot and co-pilot are killed, and hysterical flight attendant Nancy Pryor (Karen Black) is forced to pilot the plane. Alan Murdock (Charlton Heston) is on the way to save the day and lowers himself from a helicopter through the hole in the plane and safely lands the plane.
|Disorderlies 1987 PG, 96 min.|
Director: Michael Schultz
Cast: Mark Morales, Ralph Bellamy, Anthony Geary, Tony Plana, Marco Rodriguez, Troy Beyer, Darren Robinson, Damon Wimbley, Don Hood, Helen Reddy, Lisa Kingston, JoMarie Payton
The dastardly nephew Winslow (Anthony Geary) plots to get the money of his millionaire Uncle Albert (Ralph Bellamy) by murdering him. A bomb.
|Pete's Dragon 1977 G, 128 min.|
Director: Don Chaffey
Cast: Helen Reddy, Jim Dale, Mickey Rooney, Red Buttons, Sean Marshall, Jim Backus, Shelley Winters, Jeff Conaway, Charlie Callas, Robert Foulk, Jane Kean, Charles Tyner, Gary Morgan, Cal Bartlett, Walter Barnes
Pete (Sean Marshall) is a nine year-old, orphaned boy in Maine who runs away from his foster family. Along the way, Pete encounters a 12-foot tall dragon named Elliott (voice of Charlie Callas), and they become friends. Elliot is visible only to Pete, and they arrive in the ocean-front town of Passamaquaddy where problems arise. Nora (Helen Reddy) takes Pete to her home in the lighthouse where her father, Lampie (Mickey Rooney), invites him to live with them, and they form a "new" family–despite problems from con artist Dr. Terminus (Jim Dale).
|1. Airport 1975 (1974)|
2. Disorderlies (1987)
3. Pete's Dragon (1977)
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