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Cabin Pressure (film)

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Cabin Pressure (film)

Cabin Pressure/Hijack'd/Autopilot
Distributed by Lions Gate Entertainment/Trimark Pictures/Crescent/Tandem Communications/VCL Communications GmbH
Directed by Alan Simmonds
Produced by George Horie (co-producer)
Kira Domaschuk (executive producer)
Harold Lee Tichenor
Written by Tom Greene (story)
Douglas Schwartz
Kevin L. Beggs (as Kevin Beggs) (teleplay)
Scot Morison
Starring Craig Sheffer,
John Pyper-Ferguson,
Michael Kopsa
Music by Ken Harrison
Cinematography Attila Szalay
Editing by Ron Yoshida (as Ron E. Yoshida)
Country Canada
Language English
Release date
Running time 93 minutes

Cabin Pressure is a 2001 Canada film reuniting Craig Sheffer and John Pyper-Ferguson (who appeared together in Roadflower). The film also featured Canadian voice actor Michael Kopsa

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External links

  • Internet Movie Database

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