Those Magnificent Men in Their Flying Machines

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Format
DVD
Number of Discs
1
Release Date
03/16/2004
Studio
20th Century Fox
Rating
PG

An international air race sponsored by a newspaper publisher is damaged by sabotage efforts. Direction: Ken Annakin Actors: Alberto Sordi, Benny Hill, Eric Sykes. Special Features: Director's Commentary; featurette; theatrical and teaser trailer; Picture Galleries: Behind the scenes, VFX, Historical Aircraft and Storyboards. Full frame format. Language: English Year: 1965 Runtime: 138 minutes.

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Director: Don Sharp
Director: Ken Annakin
Producer: Lance Hool
Producer: Sean Daniel
Producer: Stan Margulies
Actor: Stuart Whitman
Actor: Sarah Miles
Actor: James Fox
Actor: Alberto Sordi
Actor: Robert Morley
Actor: Gert Froebe
Actor: Tony Hancock
Actor: Dame Cicely Courtneidge
Actor: Ferdinand "Ferdy" Mayne
Actor: Gert Fröbe
Actor: James Robertson Justice
Actor: Yujiro Ishihara
Actor: Jean-Pierre Cassel
Actor: Eric Sykes
Actor: Terry-Thomas
Actor: Irina Demick
Actor: Benny Hill
Actor: Flora Robson
Actor: Karl Michael Vogler
Actor: Sam Wanamaker
Actor: Eric Barker
Actor: Fred Emney
Actor: Gordon Jackson
Actor: Davy Kaye
Actor: John Le Mesurier
Actor: Jeremy Lloyd
Actor: Zena Marshall
Actor: Millicent Martin
Actor: Eric Pohlmann
Actor: Marjorie Rhodes
Actor: Norman Rossington
Actor: William Rushton
Actor: Jimmy Thompson
Actor: Michael Trubshawe
Actor: Red Skelton
Actor: Gerald Campion
Actor: Graham Stark
Actor: Maurice Denham
Actor: Ronnie Stevens
Actor: Steve Plytas
Actor: Ferdy Mayne
Actor: Bill Nagy
Actor: James Robertson-Justice

Main Format
DVD
DVD Features
SENSORMATIC
Language(s)
ENG
Keyword Index
Those Magnificent Men in Their Flying Machines | Stuart Whitman