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The Horror at 37,000 Feet





William Shatner. Buddy Ebsen. Roy Thinnes. Lynn Loring. Chuck Connors. Russell Johnson. Tammy Grimes. Paul Winfield. Will Hutchins. France Nuyen. Take a look at this passenger list and what do you see? Some of the most familiar faces in television. And just what were so many former TV stars doing on the same flight? Either they were in-between jobs or frantically searching for a new pilot. And speaking of pilots, who's flying this plane anyway? And why are strange voices emanating from the cargo hold? Could it be Satan?

Well, we're not far off. It seems that a rather large Druid stone in the 747 baggage department is possessed by an evil force, capable of unleashing freezing cold temperatures and bizarre headwinds. I guess that's why they call it the The Horror at 37,000 Feet and the fun part is watching how the cast deals with this annoying artifact.

Who is going to be the hero or should we say the sacrificial victim? After all, the stone demands human blood. Will it be the former Irish priest with a drinking problem? Or the greedy self-made millionaire? Or perhaps the history expert who knows the secret of the Druid stone? We won't spoil the secret but here's a more challenging mystery for you. See if you can match the stars of The Horror at 37,000 Feet with their former television series.


Buddy Ebsen                        Fair Exchange

Chuck Connors                      Gilligan's Island
 
Tammy Grimes                       St. Elsewhere
 
William Shatner                    Barnaby Jones
 
Paul Winfield                      Hallmark Hall of Fame
 
Lynn Loring                        The Rifleman
 
Roy Thinnes                        Sugarfoot
 
France Nuyen                       Julia
 
Will Hutchins                      The Invaders
 
Russell Johnson                    Star Trek
 
Those who correctly match up the stars with the appropriate television show will inherit the blood curse of the Druids. Step right up!
The Horror at 37,000 Feet (1972)
Rating: TV-14. Scheduled on TNT for Sunday, August 20, 2000 @ 4:30am after MonsterVision
Host segments for this movie on file but not yet retyped (transcribed)

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