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Airplaine II : The Sequel - Ken Finkleman (1982)


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Et le gag classique du gars qui doit deposer ses objets en metal au portique de securite: finalement, il deboite son bras metallique, ses jambes etc...

 

Meme pas en forme, les ZAZ etaient vachement fortiches.

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Meme pas en forme, les ZAZ etaient vachement fortiches.

 

Même pas là tu veux dire.

Ils n'ont rien à voir avec la suite. C'est le scénariste de GREASE 2 aux manettes!

Fichtre, alors ils sont vraiment super forts !!!

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Jim Abrahams avait declaré à propos de cette suite, quand on lui demandait s'il l'avait vu :

 

"Si votre soeur se prostituait, je ne crois pas que vous aimeriez la voir au travail."

 

Mais c'est vrai qu'au delà des gags repompés du premier, c'est une suite très sympathique.

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http://www.dailyscript.com/scripts/Airplane2_script.htm

 

Le scénario du film. L'interet c'est que ce n'est pas le final draft donc il y a plein de scènes qui se pas dans le film ou qui ont été changé (Ted en Amerique du Sud, les flashback avec le Dr Rumack, etc...), notamment la scène du tribunal qui n'est pas dans cette version.

 

Pleins de bons gags en rabe qui montrent que les producteurs ont préféré jouer la carte des gags copiés collés plutot que les délires de Finkleman présents dans cette version du script.

 

Quelques extraits qui me plaisent bien :

 

EXT. OUTSKIRTS OF RIO MONTENEGRO - DAY

 

CLOSEUP of sign, "WELCOME TO RIO MONTENEGRO -- POP.

2,354,900 -- NO TORTURING 7AM-9AM MON.-FRI."

 

Ted keeps moving past a police line which has gone up around

Frank Morgan's body. We HOLD on the murder scene. A

DETECTIVE kneels beside the body which now has a chalk mark

around it.

 

SERGEANT

(lookind down at Detective)

When is this senseless killing going to

stop?

 

DETECTIVE HALLICK

Senseless or not, Sergeant, there's a

pattern here. This is the 12th victim

this week with a chalk mark around the

body.

 

THE BERGMAN FAMILY -- SVEN, KRISTA, and their two CHILDREN

-- all dressed like the emigrants, look up at the "MERCURY

GATE" sign. They should be shot like characters from a

Bergman "film."

 

SVEN

Mercury, Krista. A whole new world to be

depressed about.

 

KRISTA

Ya, Sven.

 

CHILD 1

Will we die, Pappa?

 

SVEN

We all die, Ingrid.

 

CHILD 2

Will we die soon, Pappa?

 

SVEN

Soon? What is the real meaning of 'soon'?

 

EXT. HOSPITAL GROUNDS - GARDEN AREA - DAY

 

Rumack and Elaine walk INTO FRAME still talking.

 

RUMACK

So you see, our task isn't made any easier

by Ted's refusal to admit that he's sick.

 

ELAINE

What can I do, Doctor Rumack?

 

He stops next to a sign, "HOSPITAL GARDEN."

 

RUMACK

You can eat balanced meals, exercise, and

take Geritol.

 

ELAINE

I mean for Ted.

 

RUMACK

You can be gentle with him, Elaine. He's

been working out a lot of his aggressions

here in the garden.

 

ELAINE

Is that a good sign, Doctor?

 

Rumack holds the "HOSPITAL GARDEN" sign.

 

RUMACK

It does the job.

 

 

ANGLE ON TED

 

He is ripping up small trees, shrubs, etc., and throwing

them onto a huge pile of mud that resembles the mountain

that Dreyfuss built in "Close Encounters."

 

ELAINE

Hello, Ted.

 

Ted ignores her as he works frantically.

 

ELAINE

(holding out box)

I brought you some spaghetti.

 

Ted still ignores her as he works feverishly.

 

ELAINE

What are you doing, Ted?

 

TED

I've got it, Elaine! I've figured out

what's wrong with the shuttle!

 

Ted scurries around.

 

ELAINE

Ted.

 

TED

Not now, Elaine!

 

ELAINE

Ted!

 

He ignores her. Rumack walks up and puts an arm around her

shoulder. Elaine starts to sob.

 

RUMACK

The brain is an amazingly complex organ,

Elaine.

 

ELAINE

Is he making any progress, Doctor?

 

RUMACK

Yes -- last week that pile of mud was only

this high.

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