When a passenger plane crashes after a bomb scare, there are many unanswered questions, which can only be attributed to "pilot error". The pilot's wife, Diane Halstead, is convinced her husband could never have caused the disaster and she tries desperately to uncover the truth.
also known as Crash: The Mystery of Flight 1501
Directed by Philip Saville
Cast: Cheryl Ladd (Charlie's Angels); Jeffrey DeMunn; Zachery Ty Bryan; Peter Jurasik.
Aftermath, Drama, Mystery. TV Movie
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The most ridiculous crap Ive ever seen. For hearty laugh: start counting extras supposedly walking around immediate crash site. Who ever the hell wrote this was too lazy to even read one book on crash site investigation(pre internet), had no real life experience, knowledge of subject.
Lameʻ,laughable, absurd enough to black list writer. Worst of soap opera BS TV days in flick length. Dont waste your time.
The guy playing the co-pilot in this movie is Greg Feith, he is actually a real pilot and a very well known "National Transportation Saftey Board Investigator". This is the second movie I seen him in. Greg Feith is also in the documentary series called "Air Crash investigation" or in some other countries it's called "Mayday" or "Air disasters" which is about real plane crashes, there is around 200 episodes and he is usually the investigator in the series explaining step by step how these plane crashes are investigated. I can't believe this is the second movie he plays the co-pilot, I forgot the name of the other movie but I know I watched it here on YouTube about 4 months ago.
Mmmm, mmmmmm.... Cheryl Ladd has always been and still is one of the most beautiful actresses in Hollywood!!! She is beautiful on the outside but most importantly, she appears to be beautiful on the inside as well!!! Omg, to have lots and lots of money and be 25 yrs younger,,, mmm, mmm..... I sure would risk making a fool of myself just to find her and ask her out on a date... Yeah, yeah, I know, keep dreaming you old washed up fucker, lol... But a feller is still allowed to dream,,, RIGHT?!?
Wow can you remember Anseraphone Machines and the tape they use and would snag. Today we have voice main and texting. I hope this is fiction, I hate flying and this is one more thing for me to worry about airlines carrying dangerous freight.
This is not flight 1501
Air Caraïbes Flight 1501 (TX1501/FWI1501) was a scheduled international passenger flight, flying from Saint Martin Airport in the Dutch overseas territory of Sint Maarten to Saint Barthélemy Airport in the French overseas region of Guadeloupe. The flight was operated by Air Caraïbes, a Caribbean regional airline, using a de Havilland Canada DHC-6-300 Twin Otter. On 24 March 2001, during an approach to Saint Barthélemy Airport, the DHC-6 Twin Otter banked steeply to the left and crashed onto a house, killing all 19 passengers and crews on board. One person on the ground was also killed in the explosions that followed.
Technology has taken a huge step since the late '80 and 90's. But you do not see grief like that dude in the hospital who lost his wife is expressing. I wonder if Homo Sapiens is slowly Given way to AI. I think Asperger' symptom is not a mental disorder but a step in That evolution.
I can’t understand why the only two survivors were not under any protection while they were in hospital. Why was there not Interview with the captain? If he could speak to his wife and watch news, he could also give his side of the story, no?
good movie, except for the computer recreating the flight from the FDR. I thought they said the CVR was destroyed and they lost everything on it? Yet they show the conversation in the cockpit in the recreation. Sorry, but the FDR only records data, not what the pilots are saying. Inconsistency in an otherwise enjoyable movie.
There was a similar crash involving cargo that caused a self-oxygenating fire, in that case it was the airline that shipped small oxygen canisters used for oxygen masks.
Greg Hoffson, the captain, is a perennial favorite from the eighties. He is still handome in this film, which I suspect is a nineties film. He never made it big time. It's not the best looking that lead in Hwood, anyway. I think the presumption is that average folks are more relatable.
Cheryl Ladd . . . As I watched this movie, I thought to myself that she is a very talented actress who could have been a bigger star than she was had her talent been more fully realized back when she was shaping her acting career . . . However, in actor's language, it's plain for all to see that Cheryl very clearly understands how to  "play the intention" of the character, while  "living truthfully under imaginary circumstances". Whether or not Hollywood ever understood how talented she really is may not be clear, but one thing is certain: Cheryl Ladd is the most talented person in the cast of this movie.
Everything about this movie was very good. Cheryl Ladd is beautiful and gracious as always. She is the type of actress with a tremendous personality strides for perfection. She's beautiful inside and out
6 years later, Valujet flight 592 crashes after improperly stored oxygen canisters start an in-flight fire in a Class D hold, burning away the control wires and sending
the plane into the Florida swamps.
Cheryl Ladd ... always liked her... 70s and 80s actress. Thanks for the upload. I also remember the days when we didn’t have so many damn security checkpoints. When I can sneak my puppy on board by simply putting him in coat pocket ... or fill my jacket with edible goodies from the store ... even a sandwich or two. Yup.... those were the easy good days. Now,, traveling is one big fucking headjammer....
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