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Good evening.
There you go. Just follow them to
the back.
Any word on that storm lifting over
Salt Lake, Clarence?
No, not likely, Victor.
I just reviewed the area report
for 1600 hours through 2400.
There's an occluded front stalled
over the Dakotas,
backed up all the way to Utah.
If she decides to push over the Great
Lakes, it could get plenty soupy.
What about that southern route
around Tulsa?
I double-checked the terminal
forecast,
and the wind's aloft and IFR ceilings
all the way.
Where do they top out?
Light scattered cover at 20,000
icing around 18.
Looks like over Denver is best.
Denver it is.
Sorry, Clarence.
Latest report shows everything's socked
in from Salt Lake to Lincoln.
Hi, Roger. Glad to have you aboard.
Victor, this is Roger Murdock.
Victor Basta.
- How do you do?
- Nice to meet you.
I was telling Victor
I reviewed the area report...
for 1600 hours through 2400.
There's an occluded front
stalled over the Dakotas.
There you go. Thank you.
Can you tell me if Elaine Dickinson
is on this flight?
The whole flight crew has boarded.
Let me see.
Oh, yes. She is on board.
I'd like one ticket to Chicago.
No baggage.
- Smoking or non-smoking?
- Smoking, please.
There. Have a nice trip.
Striker, this is Red Leader Four.
Primary target covered by fog.
Decision to proceed is yours.
The decision is yours...
is yours... is yours...
Golly, that white fellow
should stay away from my wife,
or I will punch him.
Yes, he is wrong for doing that.
I knew a man
in a similar predicament,
and he ended up being sorry.
Don't be naive, Arthur.
Each of us faces
a clear moral choice.
Early to bed, early to rise makes a
man healthy, wealthy and wise.
How true!
Golly!
Nervous?
Yes.
First time?
No. I've been nervous lots of times.
Hi. We'll be taking off real soon,
so I better fasten you in tight.
Thank you.
Oh Mother, this is so exciting!
I know but remember,
you must get some rest.
That's good advice. You relax, and
I'll be back after takeoff.
Thank you.
- I'm going to miss you so much.
- I'm going to miss you, too.
Promise you'll write?
Every day.
Bill!
Better get on board, son.
All aboard!
209er to ground control.
We're ready to taxi.
- Goodbye, Bill!
- Goodbye, darling!
I love you, darling!
209er, taxi to runway 19er.
Goodbye, darling!
Have your picture taken the minute
you get there and send me one.
OK here, hurry.
It's your watch, you shouldn't.
You're going to need this.
It's all right, it doesn't work.
- Bill!
- Goodbye, darling!
Bill!
Bill, Bill!
I'll keep it with me all the time.
Goodbye, darling.
Take care of yourself, goodbye.
- Flight 209er, clear for takeoff.
- Roger.
- LA departure frequency 1 23.9er.
- Roger.
- Request vector. Over.
- What?
Flight 209er, clear for vector 324.
- We have clearance, Clarence.
- Roger, Roger.
What's our vector, Victor?
- I want radio clearance. Over.
- That's Clarence Oveur. Over.
- Roger.
- Huh?
- Roger. Over.
- Huh? Who?
Do you feel all right, sir?
Oh, I haven't flown for a long time.
Good evening. This is Captain Oveur speaking.
We'll be cruising at 36,000 feet
this evening...
Relax and enjoy your flight.
Would you like something to read?
Do you have anything light?
How about this leaflet,
''Famous Jewish Sports Legends''?
Yes. Thank you.
- Ted! What are you doing here?
- Elaine, I've got to talk to you.
You shouldn't have come.
I don't have time now.
- Stewardess?
- Excuse me.
But...
No wonder you're upset. She's lovely.
And a darling figure.
Supple, pouting breasts, firm thighs.
It's a shame you two
don't get along.
Yes, I know.
Things used to be different.
I remember when we first met.
It was during the war.
I was in the air force,
stationed in Drambuie, off
the Barbary Coast.
I used to hang out at the
Magumba Bar.
It was a rough place. The seediest
dive on the wharf,
populated with every reject and cut-throat
from Bombay to Calcutta.
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