Wing Commander

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Overview

Based on a popular series of video games, Wing Commander introduces us to an elite fighter squadron in the year 2654. The Earth confederation is at war with a vicious race called the Kilrathi. The Kilrathi have captured a navigational device which will allow them to jump through worm-holes in space to arrive behind enemy lines. Only this highly trained squadron, led by three young pilots, stand in their way. Christopher "Maverick" Blair Freddie Prinze Jr. is just out of the Academy, but his lack of experience is ...
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Overview

Based on a popular series of video games, Wing Commander introduces us to an elite fighter squadron in the year 2654. The Earth confederation is at war with a vicious race called the Kilrathi. The Kilrathi have captured a navigational device which will allow them to jump through worm-holes in space to arrive behind enemy lines. Only this highly trained squadron, led by three young pilots, stand in their way. Christopher "Maverick" Blair Freddie Prinze Jr. is just out of the Academy, but his lack of experience is more than compensated by his exceptional navigational skills, though he is still haunted by the deaths of his parents in a previous galactic war. His friend, Todd "Maniac" Mashall Matthew Lillard, is a brash, gung-ho fighter jock always rushing into danger. Their wing commander and leader is Jeanette "Angel" Deveraux Saffron Burrows. Assigned these two new pilots by Admiral Geoffery Tolwyn David Warner, the strong and beautiful Deveraux is at first resentful, but later develops feelings for Blair. Perhaps the two will find time for romance on their way to saving the solar system.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 2/6/2001
  • UPC: 086162001420
  • Original Release: 1999
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  • Source: 20th Century Fox
  • Format: VHS

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Freddie Prinze Jr. Chris Blair
Saffron Burrows "Angel" Deveraux
Matthew Lillard "Maniac" Marshall
Tchéky Karyo Paladin
Jürgen Prochnow Gerald
David Suchet Sansky
David Warner Tolwyn
Technical Credits
Chris Roberts Director, Original Story
Thierry Arbogast Cinematographer
Simon Bowles Art Director
Chris "CB" Brown Special Effects Supervisor
Joseph Newton Cohen Executive Producer
Ken Court Art Director
Peter Davies Editor
Kevin Droney Original Story, Screenwriter
Michael Ford Set Decoration/Design
Magali Guidasci Costumes/Costume Designer
James Hambridge Art Director
Mark Harris Art Director
Christian Kaplan Casting
Kevin Kiner Score Composer
Peter Lamont Production Designer
Simon Lamont Art Director
Jean-Martial Lefranc Executive Producer
Todd Moyer Producer
Kieron Phipps Asst. Director
John Rodda Sound/Sound Designer
Romain Schroeder Executive Producer
Alan Tomkins Art Director
Neil Young Executive Producer
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