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kiplingmartin

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  1. Thanks for the suggestions. Both of those movies are on YouTube and I was able to skim through and look for the scenes I remembered but alas, it's neither of those.
  2. Yes, I'm still here. Two movies were suggested; Dirigible and Master of the World. Both are on YouTube so I was able to skim through but alas, it's not either of these. It's possible it's not even an American made film. Sorry it took so long to reply.
  3. I think it was in black in white but I'm not sure. Two movies were suggested; Dirigible and Master of the World. Both are on YouTube so I was able to skim through but alas, it's not either of these. It's possible it's not even an American made film. Sorry it took so long to reply.
  4. Thanks for the advice, hopefully someone can help.
  5. Hi everyone, I'm trying to identify an old movie. I lived in Maryland from 1972 to 1990 and the time frame for the showing was maybe between 1978 to 1982 but I might have to expand the time frame somewhat. In addition to ABC, CBS and NBC, there were two other stations I could tune into: WBFF 45 in Baltimore and WTTG 5 in Washington D.C. I'm pretty sure this movie would have been shown on 5 or 45. What I can remember about the movie are two scenes: the first may have taken place on an airship of some kind flying through a mountainous regionand i remember specifically a man getting
  6. Hi everyone, Noob here...I'm trying to identify a movie that I saw a long time ago and all I can do is to describe three scenes that I can recall: 1) A large flying craft. Possibly resembling an old sailing vessel; sailing slowly through a mountainous region. 2) A man is getting a haircut on the vessel; a bowl-like device is lowered onto his head and he's left with concentric circles of hair. 3) People sliding through tunnels of ice. Any help would be appreciated. If you know this movie please email me at: [...]
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