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|Elliott Gould||Noah Dugan|
|Geneviève Bujold||Bernadette Lafleur|
|Arthur Adams||Leipzig Manager|
|Ruth Manning||Charlotte Braithwaite|
|Pete Renaday||Irate Pilot|
|Preston Ames||Production Designer|
|George Arthur Bloom||Screenwriter|
|Gordon D. Brenner||Editor|
|Art Cruickshank||Special Effects|
|Maurice Jarre||Score Composer|
|Richard J. Lawrence||Production Designer|
|Danny Lee||Special Effects|
|Eustace Lycett||Special Effects|
|Louis Mann||Production Designer|
|John Mansbridge||Art Director|
I saw this when it came out in the summer of 1980.It's typical
post-Walt-era Disney stuff.Good light,enjoyable family fun.
Posted October 1, 2010
Okay, I admit I'm biased. My grandparents sold all of the fruit used in the film to the producers :-D So it's a family joke that my grandfather's bananas were fed to the ox. But overall this turned out to be one of Disney's lost wonders, a movie that didn't do big in the box office yet is memorable enough to be a cult classic. If you haven't seen it, at least find a place to rent it. You may become a fan, too.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
I liked the story. It was exciting and the ingenuity of the characters in what they did to escape was very interesting and innovative.
Although this is a good Disney movie and exciting-edge-of-your-seat at times, I am very disappointed in Disney Studios in that being rated G, there are several spots of mild profanity....it must have been filmed after Walt Disney passed away, because he would have never allowed that. I guess G ratings aren't what they used to be. I would reccommend this movie if you can get pased the bits profanity.