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(1970)

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Sex & Nudity

  • A man is having an extramarital affair and the girl is accidentally pregnant, but nothing is seen other than some kissing scenes.
  • A long discussion about abortion between man and woman, although the actual word "abortion" is not used.
  • A womans bare back is seen as she gets out of the shower.

Violence & Gore

  • A man detonates a bomb on board a plane, causing an explosion. A flight attendant is thrown to the floor. Her head is bleeding and we are told that she has splinters in her eye.
  • One man starts to panic. A priest, while crossing himself, backhands him.

Profanity

  • Damn and hell are used a few times.
  • In one scene, a man in an area which is subjected to airplane noise is praying over dinner with his family, and says, "We pray to God in the name of..." a plane shakes the whole house, interrupting him mid sentence, before he can finish with, "Jesus Christ!"

Alcohol, Drugs & Smoking

  • Bakersfeld is smoking a cigarette in one scene where he's waiting for the Chairman of the Airport Board of commissioners to show up. He puts out the cigarette when the commissioner shows up.
  • Patroni is an avid cigar smoker, deciding to take a big risk because he's out of cigars and was promised a box by Bakersfeld if he could free a stuck plane.
  • Gwen has a cupboard full of small bottles of booze she and other stewardesses took from various flights.
  • Guerro, Mrs. Quansett and the man to her right all order drinks from the stewardess and are seen drinking them. The man asks her if she wants another, she is slightly surprised, says she shouldn't, then agrees to have another drink.

Frightening & Intense Scenes

  • The depiction of a bombing attack on a flight might unsettle some viewers.

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