The clip Quonsett on Rome Flight from Airport (1970) with Jean Seberg, Dean Martin
...now in the final stages of departure...
at gate 41-A, the green concourse.
Yeah, she was here. I saw her go on.
But did you see her get off?
No, but I'm almost certain she did.
Her son dropped his wallet. She went on to return it.
The wallet gag. She's on the plane.
Maybe that's why the head count didn't tally.
Speaking of head counts, have you counted yours lately?
I'm sure you've got at least two.
Should I send word to the captain to verify?
Yeah. Have flight dispatch call...
on the company frequency to keep it private.
Our ground speed is 620 miles per hour.
We've reached our cruising altitude of 33,000 feet,
and the temperature outside...
is a pleasant 50 degrees below zero.
Our route tonight will take us over Toronto, Montreal,
Cape Ray, St. John, Newfoundland,
across the Atlantic,
reaching the European coastline just north of Lisbon,
and on into Rome on schedule.
The weather in Rome is a lot better...
than what we left behind in Chicago.
If there's anything we can do to make your flight more enjoyable,
please let us know. Thank you.
This is Global two.
Flight two, Cleveland. I have a message from Lincoln.
Advise when ready to copy.
Go ahead, Cleveland. We're ready.
Practically certain you have a stowaway on board-
approximately five feet, 100 pounds...
age about 70...
wearing a brown hat with a brown pompom,
tweed coat with black velvet collar.
Name-Mrs. Ada Quonsett. Determine and confirm.
We'll check and advise.
I don't believe it.
Oh, I believe it.
Those penguins on the ground are idiots.