AIRWOLF: The Movie Coming to DVD this Fall

Great news AIRWOLF fans, this just in…

This Fall, fasten your flight helmet and fly high with Jan-Michael Vincent as ace fighter pilot Stringfellow Hawke from fan favorite 1980’s cult hit AIRWOLF. On September 6, 2011, Fabulous Films will unleash AIRWOLF: The Movie on DVD for the first time in the U.S. and Canada. Written and directed by Donald P. Bellisario and starring Jan-Michael Vincent, Ernest Borgnine and Alex Cord, AIRWOLF: The Movie boasts full-throttle action, daring high-speed aerial stunts and captivating storylines mixed with international espionage and intrigue. Featuring fully restored, uncensored presentation of the telefilm and all-new interview with Ernest Borgnine, this collectible DVD is a must have for fans of AIRWOLF, TV-DVD enthusiasts and collectors. Finally, loyal fans can complete their AIRWOLF TV-DVD collection with AIRWOLF: The Movie; pre-order now on and major retailers.

Movie Release Synopsis
A futuristic high action adventure about a billion dollar helicopter (named Airwolf) equipped with a twin-turbine drum rotor system capable of propelling it to 300 knots, plus 14 firepower options. When the helicopter is purloined by Libyan mercenaries, project director of the CIA (Alex Cord) enlists the help of Vietnam veteran Stringfellow Hawke (Jan-Michael Vincent) and his father’s best friend Dominic Santini (Ernest Borgnine) in an attempt to recover it. The deadly mission takes them to the Middle East where they must battle the enemy to repossess the deadliest aerial weapon ever made

– Brand new featured interview with Ernest Borgnine (Dominic Santini)
– Stills Galleries
– Chapter Points
– Stunning Motion Menus


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