Airplane 2: The Sequel (1982)

It's Very Likely That We're All Going to Die

Father O’Flanagan (James Noble) declares the flight’s impending doom.

Directed by Ken Finkleman.

Released in 1982 by Paramount.

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  • theme: Politics
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  • actor: Marcus K. Mukai
  • actor: Julie Hagerty
  • actor: Barbie Reade
  • actor: Gail Matthius
  • actor: James Noble
  • actor: Pat Sajak
  • actor: Leon Askin
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  • actor: Robert Hays
  • actor: Lloyd Bridges
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  • director: Ken Finkleman
  • producer: Mel Dellar
  • producer: Howard W. Koch
  • cinematographer: Joseph F. Biroc
  • composer: Elmer Bernstein
  • editor: Tina Hirsch
  • editor: Dennis Virkler
  • costume-designer: Rosanna Norton
  • production-designer: William Sandell
  • role-name: Steven McCroskey
  • role-name: Elaine Dickinson
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  • role-name: Father O'Flanagan
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  • screenwriter: Ken Finkleman
  • year: 1982
  • studio: Paramount