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    Here's a list of the movies I found mentioned so far in this thread. Vim (the text editor) says there are 102 lines:

    12 O'Clock High
    6 Days and 7 Nights
    633 Squadron
    A Guy Named Joe
    A gathering of Eagles
    Above and Beyond
    Air America
    Air Force
    Air Strike
    Airplane
    Airport
    Airport 75
    Always
    Baa Baa Blacksheep
    Barnstorming
    Battle of Brittain
    Birds of Prey
    Blackhawk Down
    Blaze of Noon
    Blue Max
    Blue Thunder
    Captains of the Clouds
    Carnauba: a Son's Memoir
    Catch-22
    Cloud Dancer
    Dark Blue World
    Deadly Encounter
    Death Hunt
    Dive Bomber
    Dr Strangelove
    Escape of the Birdmen
    Failsafe
    Fandago
    Fighter Squadron
    Final Countdown
    First of the Few
    Flat Top
    Flight of the Intruder
    Flight of the Phoenix
    Flyboys
    Flying Route 66
    For the Moment
    Hell's Angels
    High Road to China
    Iron Eagle
    Island in the Sky
    Ladies Crave Excitement
    Le Chavaliers du Ciel
    Memphis Belle
    Mercy Mission: The Rescue of Flight 771
    Midway
    Mission of Honor
    One Six Right
    Only Angels Have Wings
    Pancho Barnes
    Pearl Harbor
    Piece of Cake
    Reach for the Sky
    Resisting Enemy Interrogation
    Ripcords
    Sky King
    Skyward
    Soldier of Orange
    Spitfire
    Star of Africa
    Steve Canyon
    Strategic Air Command
    Tail Spin
    Tarnished Angels
    Task Force
    Test Pilot
    The Arrow
    The Aviator
    The Blue Max
    The Bridges at Toko-Ri
    The Dam Busters
    The Defender
    The Great Circle Air Safari
    The Great Waldo Pepper
    The High and the Mighty
    The Hindenburg
    The Hunters
    The Last Flight of Noah's Ark
    The McConnell Story
    The Pilot
    The Right Stuff
    The Rocketeer
    The Spirit of St. Louis
    The War Lover
    Those Magnificent Men in Their Flying Machines
    Thunder Birds
    Thunder Over Reno
    Top Gun
    Tora! Tora! Tora!
    Toward the Unknown
    Tuskegee Airmen
    Waldo Pepper
    Whirly Birds
    Winged Migration
    Wings
    Wings of Eagles
    Zero Hour

    Larry N.

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    American Made with Tom Cruise

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    Quote Originally Posted by steve View Post
    American Made with Tom Cruise
    American Made is a total hoot!! VERY ficntionalized version of a true story. Lots of fun, and a bit sad at the same time.

    Favorite line:

    Lucy: "There's money blowing around the back yard."

    Barry: "I'll rake it up in the morning."

    Hilarious!!
    Cheers!

    Joe

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    Just remembered another Murphy's War with Peter O'toole. The scenes of Peter O'toole taxing are real he was terrified!
    https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0067458/

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    "The High and the Mighty."

    Reason I became a pilot.

    Song also.

    Jake Speed

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    AIRPLANE!!! And don't call me Shirley.
    Galin
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    Flight 174,

    True story.

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    Lafayette Escadrille


    It was the final film in the career of director William A. Wellman and is based on his original story as a 1917 fighter pilot.




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    The absolute WORST aviation movie EVER:
    “Flight Surgeons”, 1930’s staring Errol Flynn.
    Wearing ridiculous smocks.
    And they are all CONSTANTLY SMOKING CIGARETTES!! LMAO!

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