Saturday, 2 November 1985

Nuclear Detonators Protective Case (prop)

From the Season 3 Episode entitled "Kingdom Come" in which hawke and santini attempt to track down a case of stolen nuclear detonators.

We know people have made helmets, flight suits, cyclic's, even replica Airwolf water containers.

Back to the future fans often have a plutonium case, but how many Airwolf fans have one of these?

Anyone ever made one of these?, does anyone know where the original is today?

Your Thoughts?

I have managed to Identify this cases purpose . It's gotta he most Ironic thing i have ever seen, what it is.. It is a "Prop Case" mull it over for a moment.. that case which is a prop.. is a prop case.


Rugged Construction Utilizing High Impact Polyethylene.
Tongue-and-groove, interlocking aluminium frame.
Spring Loaded Handles On Either End.
Twist Cam Activated Latches Wing Nut Latches.
Innovative Locking Device Keeps Propeller Secure

 Check Them Out Here  (NOT THE SAME EXACT MODEL) but until i see anything even remotely similar including the latches then i am going to list this Prop as a "Prop Case"

Whats confirmed in the "design"  is shown on the ones that are for sale, nothing has yet to match this.

A member of the airwolf community  Teresa Houck said  "It looks like a CBRN kit case. Though I'm not sure they had those back then."

This could be plausible though i have yet to find one even remotely close to it (made pre 1990's)  But the Hazmat concept could ring true for a cbrn case being shown in (condemned, a season 2 episode) while showing Hawke and Caitlin wearing hazmat suits.

I pondered more on this concept and even figured maybe the twisters where to seal in a contaminated suit.. but who ever did the sealing would have contaminated the case, or maybe the suits sealed in clean as to not contaminate the work & the case is sprayed germ free. But i think it would have "Hinges" on the back and a rubber seal. I defo think is a boats prop case at the moment.

Tuesday, 1 October 1985

Airwolf Sticker Album (1985) Argentina

This is an Airwolf sticker album from Argentina

Front Cover
Page 0 (Inside Cover)
Page 1
Page 2
Page 3
Page 4
Page 5
Page 6
Page ??
Back Cover

IMAGES Above FROM: Carlos Ivan Pasonscky

IMAGES Below FROM: Random sale sites

Wednesday, 28 August 1985

Airwolf Season 3 - Episode 1 - The Horn of Plenty

AIRDATE: 28th August 1985

When a master of disguise with an unquenchable thirst for money and absolute power sets his sights on airwolf, it's not long before Hawkes trapped. With something like airwolf, John Bradford Horn could take over a small country and he'll stop at nothing to control hawke and airwolf to fulfill that desire. He has his sights set on an island and with a little brainwashing he might just get it, unless cait can get to hawke first.


  • This episode sees the return of the vasquez rocks filming location as used in the pilot opening sequence for red star control.
vasquez rocks
  • Horns test subject is called Harry, according to the scipt and is played by Guy Remsen. Horn addresses him as Donald, however i assume that donald was the name horn simply had him programed to respond to, just to see if he could.
Harry / Donald - Guy Remsen
  •  This next one is a mind blower..  I have a theory that Horns Man wasn't dead at the end of the episode. I think when hawke opens the door and the guys body rolls out with a gun in his hand and blood on his mouth.. I think he was actually alive and he just bit down on a blood capsule. Based on horns flare for the dramatic and access to such types of props.
T.J - Blake Marion / 3x01 The Horn of Plenty
  •  And if that theory is simply too much for you to handle.. ask your self.. why is he still serving Horn when horn returns in Discovery.
Horns Man 1 - Blake Marion / 3x14 Discovery
  • Tony Epper dies a few times in the episode, with and without sunglasses.


Q:) Where the scars on john bradford horns face real, i saw he also has them in blue thunder?

A:) Sadly yes, Richard accidently set fire to himself years ago while hallucinating on L.S.D

Q:) What is the peice of music playing in this episode ?

A:) The Girl From Ipanema

Q:) How did you validate the bio image in your guide for Liddy Roley?

A:) Her credit and her face in an episode of Columbo she played a Police woman.

Q:)  How did you validate the bio image in your guide for Guy Remsen?

A:) He starred in a 1962 Elvis movie as a police officer, he has a strange sort of scar on his chin.


Jan-Michael Vincent ... Stringfellow Hawke
Alex Cord ... Archangel Michael Coldsmith Briggs III
Jean Bruce Scott ... Caitlin O'Shannessy
Ernest Borgnine ... Dominic Santini
UnKnown ... Horns Limo Driver (uncredited)
Catherine Hickland ... Angelica Bolotin Horn
Richard Lynch ... John Bradford Horn / Gerald Van Dorian / Neal Streep
Blake Marion ... T.J.
Reid Smith ... Pilot #1
Greg Callahan ... Dr. Gastner
Carol J. Connors ... Dr. Fairling
Guy Remsen ... Harry / Donald
Liddy Roley ... Lab Technician
Tony Epper ... Soldier at Horn's base (uncredited)
Marshall Maurice Mitchell ... Leo / Messenger Wide World Express Delivery Guy (uncredited)
Monty Jordan ... Officer (uncredited)


Written by:
Sutton Roley

Directed by:
Sutton Roley

Produced by:
Everett Chambers ... supervising producer
Carol Gillson ... co-producer
Robert Janes ... producer
Bernadette Joyce ... associate producer
Bernard L. Kowalski ... executive producer
Richard Learman ... associate producer
Stephen A. Miller ... co-producer
Leon Ortiz-Gil ... associate producer
Mike Snyder ... associate producer (as Michael Snyder)

Music by:
Udi Harpaz ... (as Udi)

Cinematography by:
Seymour Hoffberg ... director of photography (as Sy Hoffberg)

Film Editing by:
Bill Luciano

Casting by:
Joe Reich

Production Design by:
John Leimanis

Set Decoration by:
W. Joe Kroesser ... (as W. Joseph Kroesser)

Makeup Department:
Rod Wilson ... special makeup effects artist (uncredited)

Production Management:
Bud Grace ... unit production manager
Richard Learman ... unit production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director:
John Hockridge ... first assistant director (as John E. Hockridge)
J. David Jones ... second unit director (as David Jones)
Robert D. Nellans ... second assistant director

Art Department:
Lee Lazarow ... set dresser (uncredited)

Sound Department:
John K. Kean ... sound
Paul E. Miller ... utility sound
Michael D. Wilhoit ... sound editor

Special Effects by:
Frank L. Pope ... special effects foreman: pyrotechnics / special effects: pyrotechnics
Johnny Borgese ... special effects coordinator (uncredited)
Clarence Fay Konkel ... special effects technician (uncredited)

Visual Effects by:
Jim Michaels ... visual effects producer (uncredited)
Ron Saks ... visual effects coordinator
Neil Richmond ... visual effects (uncredited)

Ron Stein ... stunt coordinator
Bob Herron ... stunt double: Ernest Borgnine (uncredited)
Monty Jordan ... assistant stunt coordinator (uncredited)
Chad Randall ... stunt double: Jan-Michael Vincent (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Ronald Vidor ... camera operator
Wayne Baker ... aerial assistant camera (uncredited)
George W. Borthwick ... grip (uncredited)

Costume and Wardrobe Department:
Jerry Bono ... key costumer
John Casey ... costume supervisor
Diana Reynolds ... costume supervisor

Editorial Department:
Bradley Carow ... music assistant editor (uncredited)

Music Department:
Gene L. Gillette ... music editor
Sylvester Levay ... composer: theme music
Jim Cox ... musician: keyboards (uncredited)
Sandy DeCrescent ... orchestra contractor (uncredited)
James Thatcher ... musician: french horn (uncredited)

Misc Crew:
Rick Kelbaugh ... executive story editor
Peter McKernan ... aerial coordinator (as Peter McKernan Jr.)
Del Reisman ... executive story consultant
Devon Clark ... production coordinator (uncredited)
Larry Kirsch ... stunt helicopter pilot (uncredited)


CBS Tv Guide Clipping

Saturday, 16 March 1985

Coroner: Stuntman On Cocaine

Taken From March 16, 1985 United Press International.
LOS ANGELES — The stuntman who died in a helicopter crash during the filming of the CBS television series Airwolf had snorted cocaine shortly before the fatal accident, the coroner`s office said Friday.
Stuntman Reid Rondell, 22, was killed and the pilot of the helicopter, Scott Maher, 36, suffered serious injuries in the Jan. 18 crash near Newhall, Calif., about 25 miles north of Los Angeles.
Bill Gold, a spokesman for the Los Angeles County Coroner`s Office, said an autospy determined that Rondell died of massive burns suffered in the fiery crash.

Toxicological tests were taken, and the results indicated the presence of cocaine, Gold said.
Investigators for the National Transportation Safety Board and the California state division of Occupation Safety and Health were unaware of the toxicological results before being notified by UPI.
Alan Crawford, an investigator for the NTSB, said he would include the coroner`s information in his still unwritten report on the crash but doubted it contributed to the cause.

N805V - Wreckage

Crawford said there was no evidence the pilot had taken drugs before the accident.
Pulled from the wreckage by witnesses, Maher suffered facial cuts, a broken right ankle, a broken left clavicle and a spine injury.

Rondell was a stunt double for actor Jan-Michael Vincent on Airwolf & on the Hooper movie.

Odd Info: Tom Cruise was one of the pallbearers at rondells funeral 

Story Source HERE
ALSO  a list of Movies and stuff he did Stunts in Here

Friday, 15 February 1985

Airwolf 1 (Amstrad)

Airwolf for the Amstrad, another fine Disaster

Although the graphics are more varied than the ZX Spectrum version frankly this game is horrific. This blog post shows some box arts, screen shots and an excellent (though rated 18+) review of the game and is as candid as one can honestly be.
WARNING.. this game reviewer is very agitated and swears a lot.. I gotta say folks it was worth them making this awful game.. just for this man to make a review.. this video is 18+

I guess he said it best.. all of it..

Full Level Map

See loads more Box arts for this specific game in the Airwolf Gaming Universe photo album on facebook here.