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Saturday Night at the Movies: Blue Thunder

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continues a run of feature films new to television. Tonight starring Roy Scheider Candy Clark Warren Oates
Malcolm McDowell
Blue Thunder is a high-speed, armour-plated helicoper packed with ultra-sophisticated surveillance equipment and armed with deadly 20mm electric cannon. When veteran pilot Frank Murphy and his young partner Lymangood of the police Astro Division get the chance to fly this extraordinary machine they stumble across the sinister
Project Thor and discover the true significance of Blue Thunder. This high-tech action thriller features a breathtaking series of aerial battles over Los Angeles.
Screenplay by DAN O'BANNON and DON JAKOBY Produced by GORDON CARROLL Directed by JOHN BADHAM
(First showing on British Television)
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Contributors

Unknown: Roy Scheider
Unknown: Candy Clark
Unknown: Warren Oates
Unknown: Malcolm McDowell
Unknown: Frank Murphy
Unknown: Dan O'Bannon
Unknown: Don Jakoby
Produced By: Gordon Carroll
Directed By: John Badham
Frank Murphy: Roy Scheider
Captain Braddock: Warren Oates
Kate: Candy Clark
Lymangood: Daniel Stern
Icelan: Paul Roebllng
Fletcher: David S Sheiner
Montoya: Joe Santos
Colonel Cochrane: Malcolm McDowell
Sergeant Short: Ed Bernard
Mayor: Janson Bernard
himself: Mario MacHado

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Saturday Night at the Movies: Blue Thunder

BBC One London, 20 September 1986 21.10






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