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    Unique ID Code: 0000139590
    Added by: Jitendar Canth
    Added on: 14/2/2011 14:32
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    Airwolf: The Movie

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    Classic eighties television
    Certificate: 18
    Running Time: 82 mins
    Retail Price: £12.99
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    Content Type: TV Series

    Airwolf: The Movie is a futuristic high action adventure about an awesome billion dollar helicopter equipped with a twin-turbine drum rotor system capable of propelling it to 300 knots, plus 14 firepower options. When the helicopter is purloined by Libyan mercenaries, Michael Archangel (Alex Cord), project director of the CIA, enlists the help of Vietnam veteran Stringfellow Hawke (Jan-Michael Vincent) and his father's best friend Dominic Santini (Ernest Borgnine) in an attempt to recover the Airwolf.

    A deadly mission which takes them to the Middle East, where they come face to face with the enemy in a dirty battle to repossess the deadliest aerial weapon ever made.

    Special Features:
    Image Gallery

    Video Tracks:
    4:3 regular

    Audio Tracks:
    Dolby Digital 2.0 English

    Directed By:
    Donald P. Bellisario

    Written By:

    Jan-Michael Vincent
    Ernest Borgnine
    Alex Cord
    Frank Annese
    Belinda Bauer
    John Calvin
    John Davis Chandler
    David Hemmings
    Herbert Jefferson Jr.

    Music From:
    Sylvester Levay

    Director of Photography:
    Howard Schwartz

    Carl Kress
    Bill Luciano
    Leon Ortiz-Gil

    Production Designer:
    Charles R. Davis

    Alan J. Levi

    Executive Producer:
    Donald P. Bellisario

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    10 / 10
    There is now a review of this available over at
    posted by Hawke on 18/2/2011 17:55
    Have you actually watched this release?  I can't understand a 10/10 rating for such a shoddily put together DVD, and the less said about the BD version the better...

    Maybe Airwolf fans aren't that fussy about the quality of the film they watch.
    posted by Si Wooldridge on 22/2/2011 23:44