HARRISON FORD: Just Another Pilot





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Published on Mar 28, 2009

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Harrison Ford shares his love of aviation, flying his DeHavilland DHC-2 Beaver, his Bell 408 Helicopter, or several of his other airplanes. He shares some insight on the difficulties of filming Six Days, Seven Nights, and his desire and challenge in actually being the pilot in command for the flying scenes.

Just put up the companion video to this one... The journey from Jackson Hole, WY (actually Driggs, Idaho) all the way to Boeing Field in Seattle. Please watch! http://youtu.be/4i1LvE1PleM

This is the original clip, uploaded by the Producers!

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Paul Mitton, producer of Just Another Pilot, a documentary featuring Mr Ford, said: "Harrison is an extremely good pilot. Had he got a little further he would have been over suburbia and the outcome would have been very different and less happy. He did an incredible job of missing the trees (on the golf course)."

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Now he needs to post a video of him piloting the Millenium Falcon!!
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Vitality Massage
That was just a fantastic video!  Good feelings all around ~
There are two kinds of pilots. Those who pay to fly, and those who get paid to fly.
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Do more flying narratives Mr. Ford!!!....  This from a low time SEL pilot who quit in 1981--too costly and it was $29 an hour C-172 in 1979. 
Tom Tysseling
Did anyone catch that his first solo was in a 206.  That is a little like learning to drive in a school bus.
What an intelligent and gentle, man. What woman wouldn't want to be with him?
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Jake Kellogg
Having been a pilot myself for over 15 years I couldn't agree with Harrison Ford more, when you're up in the sky nothing else seems to matter its so peaceful up there, when you can slip the surly bonds of Earth and fly among the Eagles life is just fantastic and despite my disability which often means I can't fly alone I love sharing the adventure with friends and family, there's no better feeling in the world then escaping the ground and feeling so free!
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Pretty sure I spotted a tie fighter at some point in this film
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Dalek Anonymous
Fly casual :)
Get better soon. They are saying you aren't too badly hurt. Looks like your training worked. There are not a lot of places to land in L.A. when you have an emergency, but you managed to do it. Many have died trying.
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