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A renegade pilot and his partner "steal" an advanced battle helicopter that they feel would be used unethically by its owners, a secretive U.S. intelligence agency. They agree to continue flying it on missions for the agency in exchange for the agency's help locating the pilot's missing brother.
As part of a deal with an intelligence agency to look for his missing brother, a renegade pilot goes on missions with an advanced battle helicopter.
I remember loving this show when I was a kid. I thought the helicopter was the coolest thing I've seen. It was ultra high-tech for it's time. It could repel enemy fire, do all sorts of acrobatics in the air, and take down nearly anything in it's way. Now I go back and watch it today and am surprised how lousy this show really is. The casts members are hardly compelling, there are a lot of cheesy moments, and the fight scenes are incredibly fake looking. And nearly every ending has the same helicopter fighting crap with the obvious reuse of grainy low quality stock footage. Lot of the footages appear to date from the Vietnam War era.
Airwolf has basically the same theme as Knight Rider, except the crime-fighting vehicle of choice is a helicopter instead of a car. After watching a few episodes, I found myself utterly bored. I do, however, love the theme music.
There were a LOT of shows that reused footage. It was inexpensive to do so. Airwolf used some post production animation for some shots as well (the orange highlighted missiles for example. Airwolf was border line Sci-fi in the sense that, a rotary wing aircraft, in theory could NEVER achieve mach 1 or anywhere near it as it would shear off the rotor. According to the pilot ep (sometimes referred to as "Airwolf: the Movie", they figured out how to disengage the rotor to create less drag which would prevent that. There was even an episode where Airwolf sort of crashed. But they were able to fix it enough so it could fly, but not under the turbo power that allowed them to break the speed of sound. String even ordered up the 'turbos' but Dom admonished him, "NO String. The disengage isn't working." Technically, Airwolf shouldn't' have been able to fly or shoot missiles or chain guns or really ANYTHING that it could supposedly do. But the acknowledged some of it and it's Sci-fi (sort of) AND it's TV. Just roll with it.
According to the patches on their uniforms both Stringfellow and St. John Hawke served in the Air Cavalry during the Vietnam War.-It is stated that Stringfellow and St. John Hawke needed a special waiver and permission from their commanding officer, Colonel Vidor, in order to serve in the same unit in Vietnam. This is because of a genuine military regulation dating from the Second World War forbidding family members serving in the same unit in case it affects their tactical judgement and sparing their family the possibility that they could both be killed in the same battle. In Hawke and St. John's case an exception may have been made as they were the only members of their family left.-Dominic Santini served in both World War 2 and the Korean War. According to his stories in World War 2 he flew P47 Thunderbolt fighters in the European theatre and also ferried bombers from the US to North Africa via South America. It was during this time he met and befriended Hawke and St. John's father and helped raise both of his sons after they were orphaned. a5c7b9f00b
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