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Robert Zemeckis returns to big, live-action filmmaking and, amazingly, his first team-up with Denzel Washington, who plays the drug-addled pilot responsible for the crash. This is definitely a movie where we probably won't see a lot of product placement.
In real life, James Stewart was a decorated WW II bomber pilot. Stewart flew 20 bombing missions over Germany including one over Berlin-after wrangling combat duty when commanders would have preferred to use a movie star for morale building work at home. As a squadron commander, he flew many dangerous missions when he could have sent others instead, recalled Robbie Robinson, a sergeant who was an engineer-gunner in Stewart's B-24 squadron. Stewart rose to colonel during the war.
Grandpa is Jack’s favorite person in the world. It doesn’t matter that he wears his slippers to the supermarket, serves Spam a la Custard for dinner, and often doesn’t remember Jack’s name. But then Grandpa starts to believe he’s back in World War II, when he was a Spitfire fighter pilot, and he’s sent to live in an old folk’s home run by the sinister Matron Swine. Now it’s up to Jack to help Grandpa plot a daring escape!
Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C. - originally aired on CBS from September 25, 1964, to May 2, 1969. The series was a spin-off of The Andy Griffith Show, and the pilot episode was aired as the season finale of the fourth season of its parent series on May 18, 1964. The show ran for five seasons and a total of 150 episodes.
Antes de volver a casa nos tomamos un café en el tradicional Café La Biela. El típico café porteño, lugar preferido de reunión por varias generaciones desde 1942. En la puerta un homenaje a Oscar Galvez, piloto de automovilismo argentino. ---- Before returning home we had a coffee in the traditional Café La Biela. The typical Buenos Aires coffee, a favorite meeting place for generations since 1942. At the door a tribute to Oscar Galvez, pilot of Argentine motoring. ---- #buenosaires…