Collection title from container.
Airport based on the novel by Arthur Hailey; Airport 1975, Airport '77, and The Concorde inspired by the film "Airport."
Original production: c1970 (Airport), c1974 (Airport 1975), c1977 (Airport '77), c1979 (Concorde).
Includes special features.
Produced by Ross Hunter ; written for the screen and directed by George Seaton ; director of photography, Ernest Laszlo ; music, Alfred Newman (Airport). Produced by William Frye ; directed by Jack Smight ; director of photography, Philip Lathrop ; music, John Cacavas ; written by Don Ingalls (Airport 1975). Produced by William Frye ; directed by Jerry Jameson ; director of photography, Philip Lathrop ; music, John Cacavas ; story by H.A.L. Craig and Charles Kuenstle ; screenplay by Michael Scheff & David Spector. (Airport '77). Produced by Jennings Lang ; directed by David Lowell Rich ; director of photography, Philip Lathrop ; music, Lalo Schifrin ; story by Jennings Lang ; screenplay by Eric Roth (Concorde).
Airport: Burt Lancaster, Dean Martin, Jean Seberg, George Kennedy [and others].
Airport 1975: Charlton Heston, Karen Black, George Kennedy, Gloria Swanson [and others].
Airport '77: Jack Lemmon, Lee Grant, Brenda Vaccaro, George Kenndy, James Stewart [and others].
Concorde: Alain Delon, Susan Blakely, Robert Wagner, George Kennedy [and others].
Airport: The manager of an international airport must juggle personal crises with professional responsibilities as he attempts to keep his blizzard-torn facility open to rescue a bomb-damaged jetliner.
Airport 1975: A private plane hits a 747 in midair. The chief stewardess must act as the blinded pilot's hands and eyes to take control of the plane or die trying.
Airport '77: A private airliner loaded with guests and art treasures hits an old rig and settles underwater on a sandbank.
Concorde: A jet-setting TV reporter puts everyone on board a Moscow-bound Concorde in jeopardy when she becomes the target of a traitorous arms smuggler.
In English; optional English captions; optional subtitles in French and Spanish.