Crash : The Mystery of Flight 1501

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Crash: The Mystery of Flight 1501

airplane disaster

Crash : The Mystery of Flight 1501

Release Date: November 18, 1990

Year    :   1990
Slogan    :   «When Disaster Strikes Everybody Pays ... For One Woman The Price Was Too High.»
Genres    :   Drama, Mystery, TV Movie
Production Companies    :   Schaefer/Karpf Productions, Citadel Entertainment, Consolidated Entertainment
Director    :   Philip Saville
Producers    :   Melissa Skoff, David R. Ginsburg, Merrill H. Karpf, Lee Rafner, Julie Anne Moore, Julie Anne Moore, Carol Ann Thomas
Writers    :   E. Arthur Kean
RunTime    :   120 mins.

Diane and Greg Halstead were once happily married, even deciding to try and have a baby in later years, despite the fact that she had already suffered two miscarriages. She has no luck in becoming pregnant and this leads to an estrangement from her husband. On his latest flight, Greg, a professional pilot, finds out about a bomb threat. The person carrying the bomb supposedly wants to kill another passenger, a politician with an outspoken opinion on abortion. Unknown to the killer, however, the politician has already left the plane because it had an hour and a half delay. Greg decides to make an emergency landing in Dayton, Ohio, but during the heavy weather, the plane crashes, killing almost everyone on board.


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