The clip nancy meets boyfriend from Airport 1975 (1974)
How was Europe?
Oh, it's still there.
Except for France. She's not sore at us any more.
I hoped you'd have a couple of hours. I'd like to talk about something.
Honey, in a couple of hours I'll be halfway to LA.
The directors can't wait for these reports.
But, uh... I can do wonders in 30 minutes.
Well, I can't.
We'll have to wait till tonight. What flight are you on?
The red-eye special.
Alan, why don't you wait and fly with me?
I'll have my work all finished by the time you get there.
I was hoping we'd have a chance to talk now.
It didn't feel to me like you were interested in talking just now.
Are you back on that same old kick about us?
If that's what you wanna call it.
Come on. What's all the rush?
I've been on this particular kick for six years now.
Maybe I'm tired of one-night stands.
Baby, I've only got half an hour. Can't we talk it out when you get to LA?
Don't miss your flight, Murdock. You wouldn't wanna keep that boss of yours waiting.
The clip walking into the airport clip from Airport 1975 (1974)
The clip choosing to fly despite bad weather from Airport 1975 (1974)
we can expect a massive cold front moving in from the north.
Heavy turbulence is predicted above 15,000 feet.
Storm warnings are posted over most of northern Utah...
Did you hear that, Scotty? Looks like you're stuck here.
Come back to town with us and try it tomorrow.
I wish I could stay. I've enjoyed being with you fellas.
What's so goddamn important in Boise?
If I miss that meeting, I'll lose about half next year's sales commissions.
The weather's not gonna change. What are you gonna do?
Well, I know I can make it to Elko for refuelling.
Maybe the weather will thin out up there.
OK, if you wanna break up this glamorous tr�o.
Come on. We'll help you untie.
...a massive cold front is moving in from the north.
Heavy turbulence is predicted...
You look a little off-colour, Scotty. You feeling all right?
Oh, I'm fine.
Good luck, now.
The clip flying from Airport 1975 (1974)
Departure, Columbia 409 out of 2,000 feet for flight level 240.
Roger, Columbia 409. Radar contact.
Turn right to 300 degrees. Report out at 7,000.
Columbia 409. Turning right to 300 degrees. Will check out at 7,000.
The light's off.
Up. Lights off.
Departure, 409 checking out at 7,000.
Roger, 409. Contact Washington Centre. 128.2.
Roger. 409. Washington Centre 128.2.
So long, pal.
Well, we've done it again, Papa.
Once again skill and daring have overcome fear and anxiety.
Study this chapter and don't move anything till I get back.
The clip passengers getting on plane from Airport 1975 (1974) with Karen Black
Oh. Go ahead.
Are you all right?
We got him. It's all right.
I'm OK. I'm all right.
OK, yeah, right back through there.
Hey, is that Spanish one really married?
His wife thinks he is.
Oh, well, the other one's just as neat.
Eight years ago, I thought they were all neat.
Thank you. How are you?
Got a patch on the company wire from LA. Some guy named Al.
I'll be right up. Thanks, Julio.
Arlene, could you help Bette here?
Hello there, Mrs Patroni. Hi.
Your seats are right over in there.
The clip stewardess serving pilots from Airport 1975 (1974)
Which one takes the sugar again?
The neat one.
I'll take you into the lions' den.
Who's afraid of that? I'm Jewish.
Jewish? From Ogallala?
You've got to see Gloria Swanson. She looks terrific. Oh, hi, Nancy.
Bette, we've missed you.
It has been a long time, hasn't it?
Nobody misses me any more.
Well, you're onto us, baby.
And I'm not?
You're too young to know what I mean.
Yeah, but you're a dirty old man.
We need love too.
How do you put up with them?
I've been here so long, I don't hear it.
No wonder you're so good at dodging passes.
She won't rise above her principles.
The trouble with Nancy is she's a one-man girl. Right, baby?
What a waste of talent.
Hey! There's no sugar in this.
Oh, I'm sorry.
This is it.
I like my coffee sweet, Mommy.
See you later.
The clip passengers on the plane from Airport 1975 (1974)
Nancy, got a couple of aspirin?
What's the matter? You got a headache?
Did you ever take a tour of Washington
with a ten-year-old kid who wants to see everything?
You sure you don't want a drink instead?
I'll give these ten minutes.
The clip serving passengers from Airport 1975 (1974) with Gloria Swanson, Karen Black
Oh. Your... your book editor has a query.
In, uh... chapter two, you tell how the studios could tell the contract stars
what to do and what not to do.
You had two friends who didn't cave under studio pressure.
They want the names.
That's easy. Carole Lombard and Grace Moore.
I was a rebel too.
Miss Swanson, can I get you something from the bar?
No, thank you. I have my own. Tea.
Yes. A Martini, please.
I don't believe it.
Did it again.
You know my son, Diamond Jim. Wins at everything, just like his father.
How long have you been playing that game?
Ever since we took off.
Better keep him away from Vegas.
The clip watching a movie from Airport 1975 (1974)
Mrs Devaney? Mrs Devaney?
There are two empty seats. Would you like to go there?
Oh, that would be nice.
Plug it in right here.
Down in front, sir.
Yes, I... I'll be down.
I'm, uh... I'm in this picture.
You're in this picture?
It's a small part, but the producer said the next picture I'll have a bigger part.
It's coming up now.
I'm going to see if I can talk to that young girl.
Pardon me, Sister?
Don't you like the picture?
Oh, I wasn't watching.
Here it comes.
The picture broke. The picture broke?
The only reason I took the flight was because of the picture.
It's all right. I've seen this movie.
Oh, you have? How did I come out?
Oh, thank you.
The clip nun playing the guitar from Airport 1975 (1974) with Alice Nunn
Is this a double?
That's a double.
Keep 'em coming, will you?
Excuse me. Could I say hello to the little girl?
Um... I'm not sure... I guess so. Go ahead.
I'm Sister Ruth.
That's a nice guitar.
Do you play?
Just a little bit.
What kind of music do you like?
Oh, I like, uh... I like rock music and, uh... folk music. All kinds.
Me too. Would you like to try?
Is it all right if I sit here?
# Would you take better care of yourself
# Would you be kinder to yourself
# Would you be more forgiving of your human imperfections
# If you realised your best friend was yourself?
# Who is always with you everywhere?
# Who is on your side when others are unfair?
# And tell me, who will never let you down
# In any situation?
# Who will always see you get your share?
# And that's why I am a best friend to myself
# And I take me out whenever I feel low
The clip nun playing the guitar Part 2 from Airport 1975 (1974)
# And I make my life as happy
# As a best friend would
# I'm as nice to me as anyone I know
# Mm-mm-mm, mm
# Mm-mm, mm, mm-mm #
The clip more people on the plane from Airport 1975 (1974)
Gonna be a lot of laughs, I can see that right now.
Here we go, boys.
Right around there.
Here we go.
The bar's closed till we get to cruising altitude.
We're not at cruising altitude?
No, not yet. Lookit, didn't I see you guys over in coach?
Yeah. Why don't we go back there and you can fasten your seat belts?
I want a dry vodka Martini on the rocks with a twist of lemon.
The clip plane taking off from Airport 1975 (1974) with Nancy Olson, Linda Blair
Please, Janice, remember what the doctor said. You must lie very, very still.
I know, Mother, but it's so exciting.
The people are so interesting.
You'll have to turn your seat forward for the take-off.
Oh. Uh... thank you.
You just hold tight to that guitar.
Columbia 409, clear for take-off.
This is it. Count your beads, folks.
I, uh... I hear Rosie Grier does that.
Yes, he does.
Here in Gallup and surrounding areas,
The clip nancy speaks with boyfriend from Airport 1975 (1974) with Ken Sansom
You better use code.
I'm not getting you in trouble?
I don't think so.
That's what I've been trying to do for years, but you're too smart.
Alan, what is it?
I didn't like the way we said goodbye.
I don't remember anybody saying goodbye.
Come on, damn it, you know what I mean.
Then why don't you tell me what you mean?
I guess I haven't been too good at that, have I?
You've had your moments.
Look, that talk you mentioned.
We'll have that as soon as you get here. I promise, huh?
Have a good flight.
Hey, I love you. Nancy?
Hey, you don't look happy, baby.
I don't know what you mean.
We're seven minutes behind schedule.
I'm aware of it.
What is the word?
The ambulance should be close.
I sure hope so.
I got special clearance through gate four. Keep an eye open.
OK, we'll give them a hand. Won't you, Julio?
Hold this. I'll take care of Miss Swanson.
The clip people taking their seats from Airport 1975 (1974) with Ken Sansom, Gloria Swanson
Good evening. Right this way, please.
Hello. How are you?
Good evening, Miss Swanson.
You mean good morning.
Right here, Miss Swanson.
Yes, put it under my feet. Thank you very much.
Pleasure to have you with us. If there's anything I can do, let me know.
Never mind her. Put your ticket away.
Sammy, will you sit down? Sammy. Sit down.
You're a tiny bit nervous, aren't you?
I've flown thousands of miles and under very difficult circumstances.
I assure you there's nothing to be worried about.
Oh. May I?
He's probably got something on his mind. Probably getting it off his chest right now.
Look, Sister. An ambulance.
The clip patient getting on the plane from Airport 1975 (1974) with Gloria Swanson
Oh, I hope it's not serious.
Clear the aisle, please.
Oh, how blessed I am.
Three children, seven grandchildren, and all healthy, thank God.
Put your chair in...
Julio, this is fine.
It's a young girl.
Let me take that, sweetheart.
Let me take your coat.
Oh, thank you.
You want this?
Please. Thank you so much.
Happy to have you aboard, Janice.
Yeah, come on...