Threshold: The Blue Angels Experience

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Threshold: The Blue Angels Experience
Directed byPaul Marlow
Written byFrank Herbert
Produced byPaul Marlow
StarringBlue Angels team in F-4 Phantoms
Narrated by Leslie Nielsen
CinematographyDave Gardner & Paul Marlow
Edited byTony Magra & Dave Gardner
Music by Fred Myrow
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Running time
96 minutes (short version 46 mins.)
CountryUnited States

Threshold: The Blue Angels Experience is a 1975 American film featuring narration written by Frank Herbert and read by Leslie Nielsen. The film is about the Blue Angels, the United States Navy's flight demonstration squadron.


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