Iron Eagle II

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Overview

Sidney J. Furie's air adventure Iron Eagle II comes to DVD with a standard full-frame transfer that fails to preserve the original theatrical aspect ratio. The English soundtrack is rendered in Dolby Digital Surround. There are no subtitles, but the soundtrack is closed captioned. There are no supplemental materials of any consequence, making this bare-bones Artisan release difficult to recommend to anyone other than genre enthusiasts, although even they might be disappointed. ...
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Overview

Sidney J. Furie's air adventure Iron Eagle II comes to DVD with a standard full-frame transfer that fails to preserve the original theatrical aspect ratio. The English soundtrack is rendered in Dolby Digital Surround. There are no subtitles, but the soundtrack is closed captioned. There are no supplemental materials of any consequence, making this bare-bones Artisan release difficult to recommend to anyone other than genre enthusiasts, although even they might be disappointed.
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Special Features

Full-screen version; 2.0 Dolby Stereo Surround; Interactive menus; Digitally mastered; Scene access
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 4/23/2002
  • UPC: 012236125341
  • Original Release: 1988
  • Rating:

  • Source: Lions Gate
  • Region Code: 1
  • Aspect Ratio: Pre-1954 Standard (1.33.1)
  • Presentation: Pan & Scan
  • Sound: Dolby Surround
  • Language: English
  • Time: 1:42:00
  • Format: DVD
  • Sales rank: 14,464

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Louis Gossett Jr. Charles Sinclair
Mark Humphrey Capt. Cooper
Stuart Margolin General Stillmore
Alan Scarfe Colonel Vardovsky
Sharon H. Brandon Valeri Zuyeniko
Maury Chaykin Downs
Colm Feore Yuri
Clark Johnson Graves
Jason Blicker Hickman
Jesse Collins Major Bush
Mark Ivanir Balyonev
Uri Gavriel Koshkin
Nicolas Colicos M.P. Connors
Jerry Hyman Commanding Officer
Neil Munro Strappman
Douglas Sheldon Dmitriev
Azaria Ropoport Stepanov
Gary Reineke Bowers
Michael J. Reynolds Secretary
Janine Manatis Reporter
Technical Credits
Sidney J. Furie Director, Screenwriter
Brue Allen Musical Direction/Supervision
Amin Bhatia Score Composer
Richard Cadger Sound Editor
Bellevue Pathe Color Cinematographer
Alain Dostie Cinematographer
Kevin Elders Screenwriter
George Erschbamer Special Effects
David Evans Sound Editor
Sam Feldman Musical Direction/Supervision
Joe Grimaldi Sound/Sound Designer
Andras Hamori Producer
Sharon Harel Producer
Ken Heeley-Ray Sound Editor
John Kemeny Producer
Robb Wilson King Production Designer
Drew King Sound Editor
Jacob Kotzky Producer
Sylvie Krasker Costumes/Costume Designer
Robin Leigh Sound Editor
Michael Liotta Sound/Sound Designer
David Lis Sound/Sound Designer
Steve Love Musical Direction/Supervision
Louise Mignault Makeup
Dino Pigat Sound/Sound Designer
Giora Porter Set Decoration/Design
St├ęphane Reichel Associate Producer
Ariel Roshko Art Director
Clare Walker Casting
Rit Wallis Editor
Eli Yarkoni Sound/Sound Designer
Michael Zenon Asst. Director
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Scene Index

Side #1 --
1. "You've Got Company" [6:19]
2. On the Line [2:13]
3. "You've Been Chosen" [5:20]
4. "What's Going On Here?" [5:27]
5. Working Together [6:02]
6. Picking Teams [7:15]
7. Bonding [3:34]
8. Turbulence [4:04]
9. Playing Games [4:44]
10. "He's on Our Side!" [4:56]
11. Grounded [5:10]
12. "One Hell of a Mess" [6:08]
13. Rallying the Troops [4:32]
14. Heading Out [5:08]
15. Picked Up on Radar [6:22]
16. Blowing Up the Bunker [6:20]
17. "Outstanding" [5:56]
18. Mission Accomplished [4:03]
19. End Credit [6:16]
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Menu

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Iron Eagle II

    In the first minutes of the movie 2 US pilots from a base in Alaska are trying to find the G-Force of their air-crafts. By the time they're flying they are accidently cross a Soviet air-space and 4 Soviet Mig29's are sent to bring them back to the American air-space....but during this time the Soviet pilots are beging to shoot the American F16's just as a joke .....one of the American pilots trying to shoot a Soviet Mig and got shot himself. The US government tells lies that one of the F16's crashed as a result of a human mistake. The pilot who has survived the shootings(Cooper) is being transported to another base where he finds himself in a group mixed of both Soviet and American grand-unit soldiers and pilots whom were collected for a secret mission in the Middle East...and of course on of the Soviet pilots(Lt. Lebanof) is the one who shot Cooper's best freind( in the end they will be freinds) and one of the pilots is a beautiful woman in and Cooper is in love with her, after the mission was accomplished Cooper and his Soviet girlfreind think they'll never see each other ......BUT he find out that the governments are exchanging American and Soviet soldiers nd that he'll meet his girlfreind again.

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