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The High And The Mighty - 1954 - 7/10 In the mood for old-fashioned airline disaster film? Look no further. This is the root of mainstream copies and inevitable spoofs. Large cast headed by John Wayne and Robert Stack (coupled with “names” of the era and well as recognizable character actors) climb aboard the Honolulu to San Francisco four prop plane. The flight seems only half full and seats are spacious. Passengers each given their moment to tell their story. Before the engine trouble arrives, then fuel problems. Wayne very good in understated role as weary albatross observing Stack’s character navigate inner demons. At times corny and predictable, most of the film is a tense thriller. Grand entertainment.