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The Aviator
Directed by:
George Miller

Directed by George Miller, and written by Marc Norman (screenplay), "The Aviator" (also known as "Absturz in der Wildnis", "Flieger, Der") is an Adventure film, released on March 01 of 1985 in the USA . Christopher Reeve and Rosanna Arquette are starring, alongside Jack Warden, Sam Wanamaker, Scott Wilson and Tyne Daly.

Who is the director of "The Aviator":

The Aviator was directed by George Miller, a British director, and producer.

Before making The Aviator, George Miller had directed The Man from Snowy River, released in 1982. Since, he directed The NeverEnding Story II: The Next Chapter, released in 1990, Andre (1994), Zeus and Roxanne (1997), Robinson Crusoe (1997).

When was "The Aviator" released:

The Aviator was initially released on Friday, March 01, 1985, in the United States. Other films released on Friday, March 01, 1985 are Certain Fury (dir. Stephen Gyllenhaal), Lust in the Dust (dir. Paul Bartel), and Queen Kelly. This was thirty-four (34) years ago.

Who is at the casting of "The Aviator":

At the casting of The Aviator we find Christopher Reeve, previously seen in The Bostonians (1984) and Superman III (1983); Rosanna Arquette (Baby It's You (1983), S.O.B. (1981)); Jack Warden (Crackers (1984), The Verdict (1982)) [ more... ]

  • Ron Travis and Christopher Reeve, Sam Wanamaker can all be seen in Superman IV: The Quest for Peace, released in 1987.
  • Jack Warden and Will Hare also worked together in Heaven Can Wait, released in 1978.
  • Scott Wilson and Sam Wanamaker also appeared in Pure Luck, released in 1991.
  • Jack Warden and Sam Wanamaker also appeared in Death on the Nile, released in 1978.

What is the Storyline of "The Aviator":

The film begins in 1918, at a US Army Air Corps flying school where Edgar (Christopher Reeve) is a flight instructor giving a young pilot landing instruction. During one of the landing attempts, the plane crashes and the young pilot is killed, though Edgar survives.

Ten years pass, and Edgar has become a Contract Air Mail pilot flying the rugged CAM-5 route between Elko, Nevada and Pasco, Washington, with a stopover in Boise, Idaho. When asked to take a passenger, Edgar reluctantly agrees, [...]

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