WORKING TITLE: ????
FINAL TITLE: THE HORN OF PLENTY
SCRIPT FIRST DRAFT: 10th JULY 1985
SCRIPT REVISED: 9th AUGUST 1985
SCRIPT REVISED: 13th AUGUST 1985
SCRIPT REVISED: 23rd AUGUST 1985
SCRIPT REVISED: 26th AUGUST 1985
SCRIPT REVISED: 27th AUGUST 1985
SCRIPT REVISED: 28th AUGUST 1985
SCRIPT REVISED: ??
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.
- 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)
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)
Udi Harpaz ... (as Udi)
Seymour Hoffberg ... director of photography (as Sy Hoffberg)
Film Editing by:
Production Design by:
Set Decoration by:
W. Joe Kroesser ... (as W. Joseph Kroesser)
Rod Wilson ... special makeup effects artist (uncredited)
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
Lee Lazarow ... set dresser (uncredited)
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
Bradley Carow ... music assistant editor (uncredited)
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)
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)
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