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The Concorde… Airport ’79 1979 123movies

The Concorde… Airport ’79 1979 123movies

At twice the speed of sound, can the Concorde evade attack?Aug. 17, 1979123 Min.
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Watch: The Concorde… Airport ’79 1979 123movies, Full Movie Online – This last film in the ‘Airport ‘series ends fast – with an SST (supersonic transport); Concorde. Joe Patroni (George Kennedy) Murray deal with nuclear missiles being fired at the’speed-bird’ (the actual British Concorde’s ATC name) as a passenger on-board is carrying documents which can bring down the titan of a large military contractor, and in order to prevent this, the CEO tries to arrange for the plane’s mid-air destructoon, using the French air force as a patsy.who are under the impression they’re bringing down a compromised plane..
Plot: Aviation disaster-prone Joe Patroni must contend with nuclear missiles, the French Air Force and the threat of the plane splitting in two over the Alps.
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Twice as fast. Twice as stupid.
My Take: The silliest of the AIRPORT movies, and probably one of the worst of the 70’s disaster movies.

As if to milk the franchise with all its got, the producers of this third sequel to AIRPORT throws in more action, silly subplots, gratuitous star appearances and goofier elements. In its attempt to be the biggest AIRPORT yet, CONCORDE: AIRPORT ’79 is the worst one yet, and probably one of the worst of the disaster movies of the 1970’s. With its bad box-office results, it is no wonder that the genre has overstayed its welcome.

The film opens with a rather catchy score by Lalo Schifrin backed-up by some impressive shots of the titular aircraft in its former glory (the same plane used in this film would be involved in a crash in July 2000). But then the credits appear, and we get a glimpse of the “all-star” cast, which is composed nothing more of faded Hollywood stars, TV actors and none-too-popular B actors. The plot is sillier than ever: George Kennedy is back in the role of Joe Patroni, now the pilot of the Concorde (co piloted by co-pilot Alain Delon) en route to France after the Summer Olympics. On board is reporter Maggie Whelan (Susan Blakely), who has just discovered that his boyfriend, renowned weapons manufacturer Kevin Harrison (Robert Wagner), is selling their weapons to terrorist. To prevent her from revealing the news to the world, Harrison sends his most advance missiles and best saboteurs to prevent the Concorde from landing.

The cast/subplots are dumber than ever, even sillier than an alcoholic Myrna Loy or a singing nun. We have Cicely Tyson transporting a live human heart in a cooler (!), Martha Raye as a woman with a bladder condition (and the character doesn’t go deeper than that), J.J. Walker a a pot-smoking saxophonist (arguably the most annoying character in the film), Eddie Albert married to “old” wife Sybil Danning, Avery Schreiber as Russian coach with a deaf daughter and finally, a love story between reporter Jon Davidson and gymnast Andrea Marcovici (much to the sour watching-eye of coach Mercedes McCambidge). Plus the movie gets much closer to LOVE BOAT episode than ever with the silliest cameos of Charo (and her pet Chihuahua) and Bibi Anderson. Camp buffs will no doubt get a real kick-in-the-balls in this silly entry in a long strain of 70’s disaster movies. This one is, in more than the sense of the word, a true disaster.

Rating: *1/2 out of 5.

Review By: vip_ebriega
If Not For The Courage Of The Fearless Crew, The Concorde Would Be Lost
The real star of the last of the Airport films is that big supersonic carrier the French created called The Concorde. If you bear in mind that the whole film is dedicated to showing what that needle nosed plane could do in the sky, than the whole film kind of makes sense.

But if you’re expecting some serious drama here, than by all means take some of the evasive action the Concorde shows here when some nasty folks try to shoot her down.

Susan Blakely plays a television news reporter who also happens to be the mistress of military industrial tycoon Robert Wagner. One of Wagner’s aides just happens to bring her information on some of Wagner’s dirty business dealings, selling arms to folks not friendly to the USA. When the source, Macon McCalman, is killed in front of her and she’s nearly done in by a hit-man whom she escapes from of course she confronts Wagner with the information. And of course he denies it. But right before Blakely boards The Concorde, McCalman’s widow Kathleen Maguire hands her the necessary documents.

But on the way to Moscow with a stop in Paris, Wagner and his minions try to put the big bird down. But the fearless crew of Alain Delon, David Warner, and George Kennedy is up to all their tricks. It’s quite a bag full as you’ll see if you want to watch the film.

If you’re an aviation enthusiast, you absolutely won’t care about the plot. It’s like the film Le Mans with Steve McQueen which has a legion of auto racing fans who have made it a cult item. Maybe Le Mans is better at that because they just didn’t bother with any kind of story.

Among the passengers is a pot smoking saxophonist played by Jimmie Walker, a distraught mother accompanying a new heart for her child, played by Cicely Tyson and Martha Raye a woman with a weak bladder who spends the entire trip from Washington to Paris in the loo. She’s actually the best one here.

Robert Wagner must have been psychic though because I’m sure on the strength of this film he got the part of Doctor Evil’s number two in the Austin Powers series.

I’m sure all concerned got a big pay day out of this film, but it seems to have killed the Airport saga of movies.

Review By: bkoganbing

Other Information:

Original Title The Concorde… Airport ’79
Release Date 1979-08-17
Release Year 1979

Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 53 min (113 min), 2 hr 12 min (132 min) (TV), 2 hr 56 min (176 min) (TV) (alternate) (alternate version)
Budget 14000000
Revenue 13015688
Status Released
Rated PG
Genre Action, Drama, Thriller
Director David Lowell Rich
Writer Arthur Hailey, Jennings Lang, Eric Roth
Actors Alain Delon, Susan Blakely, Robert Wagner
Country United States
Awards 2 nominations
Production Company N/A
Website N/A

Technical Information:

Sound Mix Mono (Westrex Recording System)
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Camera Panaflex Camera and Lenses by Panavision
Laboratory Technicolor
Film Length N/A
Negative Format 35 mm
Cinematographic Process Spherical
Printed Film Format 35 mm

The Concorde… Airport ’79 1979 123movies
The Concorde… Airport ’79 1979 123movies
The Concorde… Airport ’79 1979 123movies
The Concorde… Airport ’79 1979 123movies
Original title The Concorde... Airport '79
TMDb Rating 4.741 133 votes

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