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Flight of the Phoenix (17-Dec-2004)

Director: John Moore

Writers: Scott Frank; Edward Burns; Lukas Heller (screenplay for 1965 release)

Keywords: Action/Adventure

Remake of the 1965 film of the same name centers on a group of plane crash survivors as they race to build a new airplane and escape the desert.

ABSTRACT
Remake of The Flight of the Phoenix (1965). A Mongolian oil rig's fruitless production values require a crew led by Captain Frank Towns to fly out to the site, shut down the operation, and bring its workers home to the United States; a dust storm, however, forces a crash landing deep in the Gobi Desert. Stranded in one of the least hospitable biomes on Earth with a month's supply of water, the desperate crew opt to build a new plane out of the remnants of their old vessel, working against the clock and reason as time dwindles away and violent smugglers camping nearby threaten their continued existence.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Scott Michael Campbell
Actor
14-Aug-1971   Radioland Murders
Hugh Laurie
Actor
11-Jun-1959   Jeeves and Wooster, House
Miranda Otto
Actor
16-Dec-1967   Eowyn in The Lord of the Rings
Jared Padalecki
Actor
19-Jul-1982   Supernatural
Dennis Quaid
Actor
9-Apr-1954   Any Given Sunday
Giovanni Ribisi
Actor
17-Dec-1974   Sky Captain's Dex Dearborn
Sticky Fingaz
Musician
3-Apr-1970   Black Trash
Tyrese
Actor
30-Dec-1978   Baby Boy
Jacob Vargas
Actor
18-Aug-1971   The Death and Life of Bobby Z

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