Traumafessions :: Francisco From Spain on Airport ’77

Hey, Francisco from Spain here, I have been a time without connecting with kindertrauma but now I’m doing the homework and trying to read the articles I didn’t read, awesome the children show The boy with two heads-CHICO THE RAINMAKER, I can’t stop singing in my mind the song¡¡¡…!!! incredible the link to “Poison” from THE ELECTRIC COMPANY too…(UNK SEZ: Thanks to Jamie JoAnne Russell for that link HERE.)

Well, I want to make a traumafession, an adult one, I can’t see the poster for AIRPORT ’77, the one with the sunken plane, I didn’t send you a link because I really, really can’t look at it, and it has been not so much time that I discovered that poster as an adult but… I like the sea and swimming but thinking about the depths and what you could find there… glubss … I have a bad time looking at photographs of the bottom of the sea or great fishes like sharks or whales too, maybe this traumafession could be the weirdest in kindertrauma but after knowing some people and their traumas with the WARNER BROS. logo or the TRI STAR Pegasus…

Feel free to correct my poor grammar and my poorest writing style if you want to publish this traumafession on the webpage!

UNK SEZ: Yay! I’m always happy to hear from Francisco from Spain! Don’t worry Francisco, your English is fine because the language of trauma is universal! You may not want to watch the trailer for AIRPORT ’77 below because things get muy submerged!

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Jami JoAnne Russell
Jami JoAnne Russell (@fb882225421)
10 years ago

Yay! I was finally able to log in!

You’re welcome for the link, Francisco. If you’re ever bored go to YouTube and look up Morgan Freeman The Electric Company. You’ll get lovely clips like this –

Chuckles72
Chuckles72 (@chuckles72)
10 years ago

Francisco – Don’t feel too bad – It is an old saying among marine biologists that if we could actually see straight through to the bottom of the ocean, and all of the things swimming and slithering around in it, none of us would ever go in the water again.

Taylor
Taylor (@joshacid37)
10 years ago

Ah, I have the same phobia about that poster! I finally saw the movie on Netflix Instant recently, and nothing in it gave me the heebie jeebies as much as that poster image of the plane teetering on the edge of the dark abyss.

Dave Howlett
Dave Howlett (@fb765930537)
10 years ago

Man, I love Airport ’77. I have a weakness for the whole franchise, but that’s the only one I think of as being a legitimately good film. Whatta cast!

Grokenstein
Grokenstein (@grokenstein)
9 years ago

I love cheesy disaster movies as well, and “Airport ’77” is one of my favorites, for the fun (if rather senior-citizen oriented) cast, the matte paintings by Albert Whitlock, and the delicious unapologetically melodramatic score by John Cacavas (“Horror Express”).

But if teetering on the edge of an underwater precipice gives you the willies, then you GOTTA watch the following year’s “Gray Lady Down,” with Chuck Heston, David Carradine, and the guy whose career was about to take off in the role of Superman later that year.