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The Horror at 37,000 Feet

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Director  David Lowell Rich
Music director  Morton Stevens
Country  United States
5.8/10 IMDb

Genre  Horror
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Language  English
The Horror at 37,000 Feet movie poster
Release date  February 13, 1973 (1973-02-13)
Writer  Ronald Austin (teleplay), James D. Buchanan (teleplay), V.X. Appleton (story)
Screenplay  Ronald Austin, James D. Buchanan
Cast  William Shatner (Paul Kovalik), Chuck Connors (Captain Ernie Slade), Tammy Grimes (Mrs. Pinder), Roy Thinnes (Alan O'Neill), Jane Merrow (Sheila O'Neill), Lynn Loring (Manya)
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The Horror at 37,000 Feet is an American horror television movie made for CBS Television by David Lowell Rich. The film first aired in 1973. In the movie, demonic forces terrorize the passengers on a Boeing 747 en route from London to New York.

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William Shatner, who 10 years earlier had starred in the Twilight Zone episode "Nightmare at 20,000 Feet," plays the lead role.

The horror at 37 000 feet 1973


Plot

On a Boeing 747 flight from London to Los Angeles piloted by Captain Ernie Slade (Chuck Connors), a wealthy architect (Roy Thinnes) and his wife (Jane Merrow) have placed a druid sacrificial altar in the baggage hold of the airliner. Aboard for the ill-fated trip is ex-priest Paul Kovalik (William Shatner) and millionaire Glenn Farlee (Buddy Ebsen). Soon after takeoff, crew and passengers alike face the supernatural horror that is unleashed from the baggage compartment – the ghosts of the druids, that are seeking revenge from being uprooted from their ancient home.

Production

The Horror at 37,000 Feet was entirely shot on sound stages at the CBS Studio Center, Studio City, California.

Reception

In a later review, critic Richard Scheib commented: "The Horror at 37,000 Feet is a silly film, although to its credit it and most of the principals do maintain a degree of intent gravity and at least treat the exercise seriously."

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Shatner described his character's demise in the movie as one of his "unique ways" of dying: "I get sucked out of an airplane while carrying a lit torch into the airliner's baggage compartment to try to confront a druid ghost." According to Shatner, many of his fans consider the movie the worst film in which he has ever appeared.

References

The Horror at 37,000 Feet Wikipedia
The Horror at 37,000 Feet IMDb The Horror at 37,000 Feet themoviedb.org


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