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|Threshold: The Blue Angels Experience|
|Directed by||Paul Marlow|
|Produced by||Paul Marlow|
|Written by||Frank Herbert|
|Starring||Blue Angels team in F-4 Phantoms|
|Narrated by||Leslie Nielsen|
|Music by||Fred Myrow|
|Cinematography||Dave Gardner & Paul Marlow|
|Edited by||Tony Magra & Dave Gardner|
|96 minutes (short version 46 mins.)|
Threshold: The Blue Angels Experience is a 1975 American film narrated by Leslie Nielsen. The film is about the Blue Angels, the United States Navy's flight demonstration squadron.
The Blue Angels flight demonstration squadron was formed in 1946 by the United States Navy. The unit is the second oldest formal aerobatic team in the world, after the French Patrouille de France formed in 1931. The Blue Angels' Boeing F/A-18 Super Hornets are currently flown by five Navy demonstration pilots and one Marine Corps demonstration pilot.
Benjamin Sherman Crothers, known professionally as Scatman Crothers, was an American actor and musician. He played Louie the Garbage Man on the TV show Chico and the Man and Dick Hallorann in Stanley Kubrick's The Shining (1980). He was also a prolific voice-over actor who provided the voices of Meadowlark Lemon in the Harlem Globetrotters animated TV series, Jazz the Autobot in The Transformers and The Transformers: The Movie (1986), the title character in Hong Kong Phooey, and Scat Cat in the animated film The Aristocats (1970).
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City of Angels is a 1998 American romantic fantasy film directed by Brad Silberling and starring Nicolas Cage and Meg Ryan. Set in Los Angeles, California, the film is a loose remake of Wim Wenders' 1987 film Wings of Desire, which was set in Berlin. As with the original, City of Angels tells the story of an angel (Cage) who falls in love with a mortal woman (Ryan), and wishes to become human in order to be with her. With the guidance of a man who has already made the transition from immortality, the angel falls and discovers the human experience.
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Gary Kent is an American film director, actor, and stuntperson notable for his appearances in various independent, grindhouse and exploitation films. A native of Washington, Kent studied at the University of Washington before later embarking on a film career. He made his feature film debut in Battle Flame (1959), and had roles in several other low-budget films in the 1960s, including The Black Klansman (1966) and the biker film The Savage Seven (1968). He also served as a stunt double for Bruce Dern in Psych-Out (1969).
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