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Er war der „Knight Rider“ der Luft: Jan-Michael Vincent, der Super-Pilot Hawke aus der Serie „Airwolf“. Ein Video dokumentiert den. Entdecken Sie Airwolf - Die komplette Serie [Blu-ray] (exklusiv bei persburo.eu) und weitere TV-Serien auf DVD- & Blu-ray in unserem vielfältigen Angebot. In der Serie „Airwolf“ fliegt der ehemalige Testpilot Huckleberry Hawke den Prototypen eines geheimen Hubschraubermodells der CIA. Nachdem >> MEHR.

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Huckleberry Hawke besitzt einen geheimen Kampfheliktopter und ist ein inoffizieller CIA-Mitarbeiter. Hawke übernimmt manchmal fast unmögliche Aufträge und nutzt hierfür Airwolf, dessen Technik und Bewaffnung ihrer Zeit voraus sind. Airwolf ist eine US-amerikanische Fernsehserie über einen geheimen, überschallschnellen Kampfhubschrauber – ein optisch umgebauter Bell​Helikopter. Actionserie der 80er Jahre. Was Knight Rider auf der Straße ist, ist Airwolf in der Luft. Es handelt sich um einen geheimen Kampfhelikopter und seinen Besitzer. Entdecken Sie Airwolf - Die komplette Serie [Blu-ray] (exklusiv bei persburo.eu) und weitere TV-Serien auf DVD- & Blu-ray in unserem vielfältigen Angebot. Er war der „Knight Rider“ der Luft: Jan-Michael Vincent, der Super-Pilot Hawke aus der Serie „Airwolf“. Ein Video dokumentiert den. In der Serie „Airwolf“ fliegt der ehemalige Testpilot Huckleberry Hawke den Prototypen eines geheimen Hubschraubermodells der CIA. Nachdem >> MEHR. Airwolf ist eine US-amerikanische Fernsehserie, die beim US-Broadcaster CBS uraufgeführt wurde. Die Serie dreht sich um die Missionen des Piloten.

Airwolf Serie

Airwolf ist eine US-amerikanische Fernsehserie über einen geheimen, überschallschnellen Kampfhubschrauber – ein optisch umgebauter Bell​Helikopter. Airwolf ist eine US-amerikanische Fernsehserie, die beim US-Broadcaster CBS uraufgeführt wurde. Die Serie dreht sich um die Missionen des Piloten. Huckleberry Hawke besitzt einen geheimen Kampfheliktopter und ist ein inoffizieller CIA-Mitarbeiter. Hawke übernimmt manchmal fast unmögliche Aufträge und nutzt hierfür Airwolf, dessen Technik und Bewaffnung ihrer Zeit voraus sind. Airwolf Serie Allerdings muss man auch beachten, dass Airwolf weniger durch Geschwindigkeit und Performance, Kinoprogramm Saarlouis durch Beschleunigung andere Flugzeuge abhängen Lucy Griffiths. August Serienjunkies jetzt als Favorit hinzufügen Serienjunkies als Suchmaschine. Als einer der besten Piloten der US Air Force wurde er von der Firma rekrutiert, um Airwolf aus seinem Versteck zu holen, da Hawke zwischenzeitlich bei einer Bombenexplosion fast getötet und Santini ums Leben gekommen war. Alle Serien auf Serienjunkies. Alle anzeigen. Social Distance: Review der 1. Trending: Meist diskutierte Serien.

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The series ran for 55 episodes on CBS in the United States in through , and an additional 24 episodes, with a new cast and production company, aired on the USA Network in , for a total of 79 episodes.

A reedited version produced in Germany of the first episode was also released on home video in the UK and several countries; it received a theatrical release in Indonesia.

Parts of the series were filmed in Monument Valley, Utah. Creator Donald P. Bellisario first toyed with the idea of the adventures of an ace combat pilot in a third-season episode of Magnum, P.

The Magnum episode was intended as a backdoor pilot , but a series was not commissioned. Bellisario heavily reworked the idea, and the final result was Airwolf.

To improve ratings , the studio wanted to add a regular female character and jettison the dark and moody tales of international espionage.

This was accomplished at the start of the second season with the addition of Caitlin O'Shannessy Jean Bruce Scott and new stories that were domestic and more action-oriented.

Bellisario's then-wife, Deborah Pratt, also left at that time she was nearly three months pregnant with their daughter, Troian , as Season 2 drew to a close.

Series star Jan-Michael Vincent's problems with alcoholism also contributed to the show's problems. Annecharico in association with MCA.

This was intended to increase the number of episodes to make the show eligible for broadcast syndication. The original cast was written out of the fourth season: Jan-Michael Vincent appears in a first transitional episode; a body double for Ernest Borgnine seen only from the back represented Santini, who was killed off in an explosion; Archangel was said to have suddenly been assigned overseas.

John Hawke, played by Barry Van Dyke , was suddenly revealed to be alive, having been working for many years as a deep undercover agent for American intelligence, contradicting characterizations in the previous three seasons.

John replaced Stringfellow as the central character. The production crew no longer had access to the original Airwolf helicopter, and all in-flight shots were recycled from earlier seasons; the original full-size studio mockup was re-dressed and used for all interior shots.

Actress Michele Scarabelli , who played Jo Santini, said in a Starlog magazine interview that all 24 scripts were in place before the cast arrived, leaving the actors little room to develop their characters.

The flight-capable Airwolf helicopter was a cosmetically modified Bell , serial number , sometimes unofficially called a Bell A. The concept behind Airwolf was a supersonic armed helicopter that could be disguised as a civilian vehicle—"a wolf in sheep's clothing".

Andrew Probert designed the Airwolf uniform insignia patch worn by the flight crew members, a snarling bat-winged wolf's head wearing a sheepskin.

Season 1 CBS , Spring — two-hour pilot and ten additional episodes. Seasons 2—3 CBS , — — two seasons of 22 episodes each. Airwolf Themes is a two-CD soundtrack album for the television series released in February, The minute soundtrack was created over a five-year period by a fan, Northern Ireland -based graphic designer Mark J.

Cairns, in collaboration with original composer Levay, with a foreword by the series' creator, Bellisario. After the original CBS series was cancelled in , Cairns headed the International Airwolf Appreciation Association for nearly 10 years from — He decided in early to produce his own high-quality soundtrack for the series using the episodic scores from the three seasons of the series to create the first 22 synthesizer-based tracks on the soundtrack, including various medleys and character themes.

Only one thousand copies were made. It contains four tracks based on variations of the series' Main Theme and was a preview of the future Extended Themes release.

A further track, minute, enhanced two-CD, limited-edition soundtrack album release called Airwolf Extended Themes containing both a CD of the series' main theme variants, and a second CD of the episodic themes was released on March 26, Cairns the arranger and overall producer of the second CD on this soundtrack.

Two thousand copies were made. During the original series run, two books were published. There was also a series of tie-in novels printed by Star, adapted from the scripts of various episodes, and coloring books for younger fans printed in the UK by World Publishing , as well as a UK annual, which, despite being produced in to cover , was based around the first season.

A syndication package does exist, and the show occasionally appears as re-runs. As of , it was airing on getTV. Earlier releases consisted of single episodes on VHS double episodes in the UK and some countries, edited together into "movie" format; later in the UK, a selection of first and season episodes were released by Playback on both VHS and DVD , most notably a United Kingdom 18 certificate cut of the pilot episode, presented as a standalone film reshuffling and reworking many scenes, and removing much of the continuity ties with the following series, as well as incorporating footage from the first-season episode "Mad Over Miami", and with profanity that was not present in the aired version.

Season 4 was released in Region 1 on February 1, On September 6, , Shout! This single-disc set features the two-hour pilot tele-film fully restored and uncensored.

It also contains special features including a new interview with Ernest Borgnine. The new HD transfers were created by Universal Studios.

This release was significant as Universal Studios provided Koch Media with a new, HD print for season 1 episode, "Bite Of The Jackal", to cure the unintended cuts Universal had made of this episode on the Fabulous Films' earlier version of the print.

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Nicholas Corea. While on a job assignment to Acapulco, Mexico and unknowingly carrying a young stowaway portrayed by a young Shannen Doherty , Santini's helicopter is sabotaged and crashes in a desolate mountain area.

Archangel discovers the man behind the bombing is a rival agent who wants to topple Archangel's position at The F. Archangel sends Hawke and Santini to help a F.

The agent is in possession of a neurotoxin developed by Russian scientists that is valuable to the F. The mission is complicated by the fact that the agent has refused to leave without his wife and daughter.

Airwolf 's fuel consumption rates mean that she cannot cover the requisite distance with the "extra weight" of three passengers, so Hawke and Santini must make up the difference by removing the weapons systems, leaving the helicopter unarmed as it flies through hostile territory.

Santini is hired by a movie producer to fly as a helicopter stunt pilot for a gold heist scene. Concerned for his friend's safety, Hawke tries to stop him from performing the dangerous stunt.

Archangel looks behind the scenes of the movie producer discovering the stunt is actually a cover-up for a real gold robbery arranged by a criminal mastermind.

Hawke gets proof from a friend that his brother's still alive, while leaving Hawke suddenly falls unconscious and crashes his helicopter. He wakes up in a hospital from a coma and is told he's been out for one year.

He is also told Archangel and Santini were killed after their own attempt to get St. John had failed. Hawke soon realizes nothing is as it seems and discovers that everything is an elaborate ruse by foreign spies to get their hands on Airwolf , when an innocent nurse incidentally stumbles in the room Hawke is being held.

A woman named Sarah LeBow seeks out Hawke and Santini to help avenge the death of her father, who was murdered by a former Nazi named Kruger.

Sarah wants to use Airwolf to penetrate Kruger's fortress in Paraguay. Archangel informs Hawke that The F. Hawke discovers that their interest lies in the fact that Kruger is also a weapons dealer in possession of an advanced artillery system known as "Thor".

In this episode, Airwolf reaches an altitude of 86, feet during a test flight by Hawke and Santini. David Hemmings. He is later forced down and kidnapped by a group of mercenaries who also nab the money.

Hawke quickly sets out to find his friend while the exiles accuse Santini of stealing the money for himself. Hawke later uncovers The F.

Archangel sends Hawke and Santini to a small African nation to protect their president during a military coup.

Hawke discovers the leader behind the coup is a rogue colonel his brother St. John served with in Vietnam. Hawke goes against Archangel's orders to stay with the president and plans to capture and extract information from the colonel but first he must get past a fleet of helicopter gunships.

Archangel asks Hawke and Santini to test fly an Airwolf simulator designed by Dr. Robert Winchester David Carradine who worked with Dr.

Moffet on the design of the real Airwolf. Involved in the test is an attractive assistant who unbeknown to all is really an undercover KGB agent with orders to steal the schematics for Airwolf so the Russians can build their own.

Archangel informs Hawke and Santini that a high-ranking government official Lance LeGault will be using a newly launched satellite to find the hiding spot for Airwolf.

Hawke and Santini plan to hide Airwolf somewhere else until the satellite flies over. On the way to the hiding spot, they discover a female pilot who is stranded in the desert, but suspicions arise that she may be a spy working for the government official who wants Airwolf found.

Hawke learns a Vietnam war buddy of his has been gunned down in the Texas desert by a corrupt and sociopathic Sheriff Lance LeGault after the man supposedly escaped from jail.

Hawke and Santini fly Airwolf there to investigate the incident and find the conditions of the killing are suspicious. There, Hawke meets and takes interest in a female highway patrol deputy named Caitlin O'Shannessy, who is quite aware of the Sheriff's strange dealings and corruption.

After catching Hawke snooping around, the Sheriff has him arrested and taken to a game reserve where ruthless sportsmen pay big money to hunt down people and Hawke is used as prey.

Ray Austin. An old pilot friend of Santini Eugene Roche , who lost his nerve to fly after a crash had killed his passengers, has become a drunken recluse living in a trailer in the middle of the desert.

The man suddenly comes to Santini with a wild story of seeing strange lights in the sky at night. Everyone dismisses the drunken rant until Santini witnesses the lights himself.

He and his friend investigate but disappear. Hawke arrives in Airwolf to search for them and uncovers a secret missile base run by fanatical militants who plan to launch their own nuclear missile against Russia.

Airwolf's systems begin to act erratically when a strange virus infects the on-board computer which periodically seizes auto pilot control and turns the helicopter into a flying terror.

Hawke and Santini discover the virus is a trap, a logic bomb , originally planted by Airwolf's designer, Dr. Moffet, and programmed to unleash itself at a specific time unless the proper override code is entered.

Hawke and Santini must make the decision to allow the F. This is the second episode wherein Airwolf, with Moffet jamming its controls, climbs to an altitude of at least 85, feet the first time this was accomplished was in the season one episode "Fight Like a Dove" during a test flight by Hawke and Santini.

Hawke and Santini rescue Santini's niece Holly from a compound ran by a Mexican crimelord. Once she is safe, Santini keeps an eye on her at his airport, but strange things begin to occur around Santini Air.

Hawke and Santini believe the gangsters may be trying to scare Holly, but the sabotage incidents become worse after Hawke turns down Holly's passionate advances and when former Texas Highway Patrol Deputy, Caitlin O'Shannessy, arrives to work for Santini.

Caitlin's relationship with Hawke sparks a jealous rage in the troubled Holly leading to suspicions she is behind the sabotage. An industrial millionaire, Carter Anderson III offers a big paying contract to Hawke and Santini, requesting they use Airwolf to protect and transport him around whenever the need arises.

Santini is excited by the offer, but Hawke is skeptical, wondering why the man requires such protection. Unbeknown to them is the fact that Caitlin's new boyfriend is really an assassin who has been hired to kill the millionaire.

Matters become worse when Airwolf experiences sudden erratic engine malfunctions. Santini is stunned at the news that his daughter Sally Ann has been found dead on a beach on the Caribbean Island of San Remo, apparently from a drug overdose.

Hawke is stunned as well because Santini never told him he had a daughter. Both men divert from a F. Upon returning, Santini learns that Lila has been murdered, and he is promptly arrested by police as the prime suspect.

Santini is taken back to San Remo and Hawke follows to conduct his own investigation despite objections from Archangel to finish the F.

Hawke discovers that Lila and Sally have a connection to a ruthless casino owner who has been trying to take over the island and he is determined to expose the man as the real killer.

Both Hawke and Santini are injured after a botched stunt in a biplane. Hawke injures his arm but Santini fairs worse, injuring his back and is bed-ridden.

At the hospital, Hawke is informed that Archangel has been taken prisoner by the criminal ex-Nazi Karl Kruger and is being held in an East-German compound.

Mounting a rescue operation, Hawke must add Caitlin to the Airwolf crew to temporarily replace Santini. In a rush to train her, Caitlin does not perform well and nearly blows up Airwolf.

Hawke realizes he cannot perform the rescue without Santini's experience, so he and Caitlin spring him against authority, from the hospital, and head to East Germany to save Archangel.

Aiding them in the rescue is a female foreign spy also a former love interest of Archangel, but can she be trusted? In the previous episode, some shots show Jan's arm is severely swollen.

The advanced helicopter, "HX1", is stolen by a group of mercenaries and Hawke learns that the tactics used in the theft are similar to those used by the special forces unit his brother St.

John worked with. Believing the mercenaries may have connections with his missing brother, Hawke takes Airwolf out to track down the stolen helicopter.

Hawke's suspicions are confirmed when one of the men turns out to be a war buddy of St. John's who Hawke thought was dead. The incident causes him to have flashbacks and he thinks he sees his brother momentarily.

The rogue mercenaries have no intention of returning the HX1 and decide to try out their new toy against Airwolf. During the combat, Hawke's feelings get in his way, and he must fight his emotions if he wants to survive.

PJ Soles guest stars as Ellie. Flight has been hijacked and crash landed into the ocean. The incident becomes personal once Hawke and Santini learn that Caitlin was on the flight and mount a search and rescue operation to find the downed plane.

Upon finding it, they discover the terrorists are using a fishing ship armed with rockets to thwart any rescue attempt and depth charges to destroy the plane.

Time is running out for the passengers as the plane is filling with water and running out of air.

Footage from the movie Airport '77 was used to portray the sunken Boeing Leslie H. Hawke is presented with an outdated surveillance photo of a P.

John is being held prisoner. Hawke mounts a rescue attempt, rounding up members of his old Vietnam War strike team to go in and find him.

His strike team is wary of the mission but reconsider once they learn Airwolf will be supplying air support. The team meets up in Bangkok and begins their trek behind enemy lines to locate the camp.

Upon arrival, Hawke and his team find the camp abandoned and his brother has been moved elsewhere. Virgil W.

Hawke and Santini go on a job to film some desert terrain footage for Santini's fellow airport business partner Sam Kowal.

After completing the job the film is given to Kowal, who later turns up dead after being killed by thugs in a mob hit. The police cannot find any connections Kowal may have had to the mob and determine the hit to be random, but Hawke is not satisfied and begins his own investigation which begins to conflict with the police detective's Anne Lockhart investigation.

Hawke soon finds out that he and Santini may have filmed something in the desert that the mob boss did not want to be seen.

The F. With Santini on vacation, Hawke and Caitlin take the assignment and fly Airwolf to the facility. Upon arrival, they find everyone dead and it looks as if they have all killed each other.

Suspicions arise however once Hawke detects a Russian submarine is lurking in nearby waters. Hawke helps out a troubled Vietnamese man he fought alongside with in Vietnam whose crops are being sabotaged by a rival Vietnamese landowner known as "The Spider".

When the sabotage turns to murder, Hawke takes matters into his own hands and is determined to bring the Spider to justice. When a prototype weapon guidance computer called "LOKI" is stolen by terrorists, Archangel assigns Hawke and Santini to recover the device before it falls into enemy hands.

They track the terrorists to a remote mountain lake where the criminals become lost and cannot find their contact. They find a cabin and take the owners hostage, discovering one of them is a pilot, and force him to fly them out.

Airwolf gives chase, but during the pursuit has damaged Airwolf and injured Hawke. Time is running out for the hostages who are holed up in a frozen meat locker, and the terrorists have installed the LOKI device in a helicopter gunship and plan to assassinate a visiting foreign dignitary.

Santini is piloting Airwolf on a mercy mission to deliver a transplant heart to a dying boy in Chicago. Along the way he comes upon a downed aircraft piloted by a millionaire named Carl Barron and comes to his aid.

The millionaire is desperate to make a business meeting in L. With the heart delivered, Santini takes Barron to L. Later that evening, for no apparent reason, Barron commits suicide but leaves behind a will that gives half riches to his niece and the other half to Santini, "the most honest man he ever met".

Both Santini and Barron's selfish business partner are stunned by the act, but the partner denies the will and refuses to hand any money over to Santini.

Santini clearly does not want to be involved in the first place but quickly finds himself in over his head and his life possibly in danger.

Hawke is on a relaxing fishing trip with a doctor friend named Jason Gifford, but the tranquil setting is disturbed when two South American rebels show up and kidnap Dr.

Gifford at gun-point and disable Hawke's Jeep so he cannot follow. Determined to get his friend back, Hawke learns that Gifford had been treating a South American President with antibiotics but the man is suffering from radiation poisoning which had been traced back to Gifford's drugs.

The plot thickens when upon arrival in the country, Hawke learns a rebel leader is plotting an attack on the American Embassy and to overthrow the President covertly by slowly killing him off, and win political support by framing Gifford and American involvement for the death.

Production note: Stuntman Reid Rondell was killed during the filming of this episode in the crash of a Bell used in the production.

Unknown to everyone, Roxanne's corrupt manager and ex-husband is plotting her murder to boost record sales, and replaces her with a body double.

Unfortunately for him, the double is not on par to the singing talent of the original and the dupe is revealed, however it is too late since the real Roxanne has already been kidnapped by the manager's thugs.

Hawke and Santini mount a rescue in Airwolf and have to recover the star before her big concert appearance. Ruggiero, Jr.

Hawke is hired to fly a news reporter to interview a group of religious puritans who have an isolated commune near a hydro-electrical dam.

Hawke and the reporter discover the villagers have been taken hostage by a group of terrorists who disable Hawke's helicopter and prevent them from leaving.

They are then held as hostages where the leader gives the reporter the news story of her career; his plan is to blow up the Tidewater Dam if fellow extremist members are not released from American prisons.

Hawke manages to escape and gets a message through to Santini. He and Caitlin come looking for him with Airwolf , but they will have to contend with the terrorist's B bomber which will be used to destroy the dam.

As a result, Mason begins to reveal classified information to the press about his previous employer and it begins to jeopardize foreign relations and national security.

One of the secrets threatening to be leaked is the existence of Airwolf and the whole story behind it. When specific information is leaked about a mission that Mason was never involved with, Hawke becomes suspicious and believes there has to be another mole lurking inside the F.

Martin Milner guest stars as Arthur Barnes. Cook Story by: Kevin Hartigan. Hawke and Santini are on a job to take atmospheric samples around Mt.

Catherine, a dormant volcano that is showing signs of "waking up". They collect their data just in time to witness Catherine "blow her top" and escape the blast.

The eruption shock destroys a town in a nearby valley and Hawke and Santini set down to render aid.

They find some of the survivors holed up in an abandoned mine where another quake from Catherine nearly kills Hawke as he tries to guide them out.

Hawke soon discovers the real danger is not the volcano, but a rival community leader Mills Watson with murderous plans to eliminate the town mayor and make it look like an accident.

Caitlin is hired to fly a group of archeology students and their teacher to Mayan ruins in South America. In reality, the teacher is really a mastermind thief and is using the trip as cover to steal whatever priceless artifacts he can find.

The trip goes astray however, when a group of guerilla fighters block the road and hijack the bus. He and Santini quickly mount a rescue in Airwolf to find Caitlin and the students.

Once the guerilla fighters see Airwolf arrive they plan to capture the high-tech chopper for themselves and fire a missile to bring her down.

Hawke flies a woman named Angelica Catherine Hickland to an Arizona resort where she carries a suitcase full of priceless gems for a buyer named John Bradford Horn Richard Lynch.

A sudden change in plans sends Hawke and Angelica to Horn's private compound in Texas, but upon landing, they are surrounded by armed men and taken prisoner.

A videotape is sent to Santini where Hawke explains he is being held captive and tells Santini to deliver Airwolf to Horn's compound by a certain time or he'll be executed.

Santini informs Archangel of the situation, who devises a plan. He tells Santini to deliver Airwolf as requested, but he will provide a platoon of soldiers who will storm the compound once Hawke is safe.

The plan backfires when Hawke shoots Santini with a tranquilizer gun as soon as he sets Airwolf down. Hawke is interrupted during a friend's ceremony when Archangel arrives to inform him that Hawke is suspected in a train robbery where the thieves used a Santini Air helicopter and a weapon similar to one Airwolf carries, to stop the train.

Hawke, Santini and Caitlin are baffled when the FBI finds the getaway chopper, complete with several bullet holes, parked at Santini's hangar as further evidence.

Archangel uses his perks to help Hawke as much as he can but then he is dismissed from the F. Investigating further, Archangel discovers the F.

Moffet, has a personal vendetta against Hawke. Jenkins reveals to be one responsible for the set up by hijacking Redwolf and kidnapping Caitlin.

It is a deadly showdown begins with Hawke in Airwolf against Jenkins in Airwolf II to see which wolf can outmatch the other.

A leading aircraft designer, Robert Phelps, is abducted by foreign agents to the horror of his mentally challenged son, Bobby. Hawke takes the assignment to find Phelps, obtaining leads from Bobby, whose autism gives him the ability to draw detailed clues from memory.

While in the agent's custody, Phelps has a sudden heart-attack and is rendered useless to them. Learning that his latest design plans could be accurately reproduced by Bobby, the agents attempt to kidnap him, but Hawke and Airwolf get in their way.

Larry Linville guest stars as Clinton Maxwell. Archangel fails to meet Hawke and Santini at a secret rendezvous point, and the F.

They give Hawke 48 hours to find him, or the F. Stoner wants information about a device called "The Fortune Teller" which allows a pilot to fly his aircraft through mental commands.

Hawke and his companions with the aid of a psychic medium race to save Archangel before the Zebra Squad can be activated. Hawke is working covertly for the F.

Hawke soon learns that a Soviet bounty-hunter Albert Paulsen is hot on the duo's trail with orders to eliminate them. The hunter manages to kill Victor, but Hawke and Inge get away and make a run into the desert.

Santini and Caitlin become dismayed when Archangel refuses to help them since Hawke has crossed over from the F. Santini and Caitlin go out in Airwolf to rescue them on their own.

A determined government agent wants custody of Inge, but Archangel refuses. When the agent tries tracking Archangel's movements to find her, Inge recommends a known ally she and her father trust.

However when she is in his custody nobody knows that the man has ties to the Soviets. A stockpile of nuclear detonators, which can detonate any large amount of radioactive material and turn into a deadly bomb , are stolen from a government facility.

The mastermind behind the robbery is the facility chief of security and gets close to Caitlin to kidnap her. The robber wants to smuggle the detonators out of the country using Hawke and Santini to fly Airwolf , whose stealth technology will provide perfect cover.

Adding to the complication the robber attaches explosive devices to Caitlin and inside Airwolf in case Hawke and Santini deviate or pursue. An advanced airplane built by Stappleford Industries, the "X", is to be handed over to the U.

Air Force who are interested in the craft's performance. The X's main test pilot, Roane Carver, knows the plane has potentially deadly flaws and interferes with the final sale knowing her company is selling a dangerous lemon and steals the schematics.

Hawke gets involved in helping Roane fight her greedy employer, who goes as far as attempted murder to shut her up and get the plans back. An advanced laser device called "The Mongoose", is stolen from a F.

The thief, Karl Stern, is expected to sell the laser on the black market to an East German buyer, but when his partner, Slade, realizes he is being shafted on his cut of the sale money, he threatens to go to the F.

Stern refuses to give in so Slade carries out his threat and makes the call. Hawke and Santini are ordered to pick up Slade at a wild west rodeo, but Slade is killed in a mysterious accident.

It is now up to them to find and secure the weapon before Stern can smuggle it to Cuba. Tia Carrere makes a brief guest appearance as Kiki Tanabi.

Katharyn Michaelian Powers. Hawke and Caitlin go to a war-torn South American country, meeting up with a legendary soldier named "El Gato", and work to find an imprisoned scientist.

Hawke learns that in the year the scientist was held, he developed a robotic tank called the "ALV" Automated Land Vehicle which can be piloted remotely and it is now in the possession of the rebel forces.

The group springs the scientist, during which El Gato is killed. Outnumbered, the group hides out in remote village where they meet an American woman who is teaching deaf children.

The rebel army sends the ALV into the village to wipe it out and the only hope lies in Airwolf to destroy the tank first. The families of three of Hawke's Vietnamese friends have been kidnapped and taken to an isolated compound in the California desert.

He discovers the kidnappers are survivors of "Village " which was a target destroyed in an air strike led by Hawke and his three friends after intelligence said it was a Viet-Cong hide out.

Archangel reveals the original intelligence was wrong and Hawke's men had destroyed an innocent village by mistake. Now the two survivors from that village seek revenge and plan to execute the families in a similar airstrike of the compound where they are being held.

Hawke takes Fargo's coffin flag and war medals to a small town to give them to Fargo's only relative, his estranged brother Billy, who did not show at the funeral.

Billy however, is nowhere to be found, and a young girl at his residence informs Hawke he does not live there anymore.

Hawke tries to locate the local Sheriff but finds Billy running the town which is populated by hippy youths who look upon Billy as their "father figure".

Hawke's snooping lands him in jail until Santini comes looking for him. Santini springs him out and the two discover the militia trained youths have stolen a nuclear missile called "Spaceguard" from a nearby aerospace facility and plan to target Washington D.

Hawke and Santini must press Airwolf to her limits and stop the missile before it hits its target. This is the episode wherein Airwolf pushed its altitude limit from 85, to , feet upper limit of the atmosphere and its speed to Mach 2.

Bernard McEveety. Hawke discovers that his brother St. John has a half-Vietnamese son named Le Van, nick-named "Half-Pint", who is living with an adopted family.

John's strike team where he personally saw his brother go down during a raid on a Viet Cong chemical weapons facility and believes he was killed.

Hawke does not believe the story and checks on McBride's war record which is a clean slate. Hawke then takes his nephew for a weekend trip to his cabin and spends time getting to know his new nephew.

Hawke gets emotional when he has to return Le Van to the McBride family but later gets involved when he learns Le Van has run away from home.

Hawke, McBride and his friend Glen Carson search for him, finding the boy being harassed by street thugs.

Von der US-Serie Airwolf wurden 80 Episoden produziert. Die amerikanische Fernsehserie kommt auf insgesamt vier Staffeln. Die letzte Episode, die in den. Bellisario geschaffene Serie wurde unter anderem mit einem Primetime-Emmy ausgezeichnet und gehörte zu den beliebtesten Serien der 80er Jahre. Durch den. Eine geheime Höhle in der Wüste des US-Staates Utah ist die Basis des Überschall-Helikopters Airwolf. Sein Pilot Huckleberry Hawke (Jan-Michael Vincent) w. Airwolf jetzt legal online anschauen. Die Serie ist aktuell bei Amazon verfügbar. Die hochspannende Hightech-Serie aus den 80er Jahren dreht sich um das um. Januar bis 7. Bald wird klar: Vincent geht es nicht gut. Echos From the Past. Kampfstern Galactica. Schnee in Texas. Komplette Handlung und Informationen zu Airwolf. Namensräume Artikel Diskussion. Daddy's Gone a Hunt'n. Er sei Lunchbox, dass er überhaupt noch lebe. Von der Vergangenheit. Airwolf Serie John Ireland. Dies ging allerdings jahrelang schief. Die Besten Abenteuerserien. Ursprünglich war Airwolf im Jahr als ein Fernsehfilm geplant, aus dem dann aber eine Fernsehserie entstand, die von bis in Traitach vier Staffeln ausgestrahlt wurde. Out of the Sky. Staffel 4. Der Mann aus dem Hinterhalt. Airwolf Serie

Sometimes he even pilots Airwolf. The series ran for 55 episodes on CBS in the United States in through , and an additional 24 episodes, with a new cast and production company, aired on the USA Network in , for a total of 79 episodes.

A reedited version produced in Germany of the first episode was also released on home video in the UK and several countries; it received a theatrical release in Indonesia.

Parts of the series were filmed in Monument Valley, Utah. Creator Donald P. Bellisario first toyed with the idea of the adventures of an ace combat pilot in a third-season episode of Magnum, P.

The Magnum episode was intended as a backdoor pilot , but a series was not commissioned. Bellisario heavily reworked the idea, and the final result was Airwolf.

To improve ratings , the studio wanted to add a regular female character and jettison the dark and moody tales of international espionage. This was accomplished at the start of the second season with the addition of Caitlin O'Shannessy Jean Bruce Scott and new stories that were domestic and more action-oriented.

Bellisario's then-wife, Deborah Pratt, also left at that time she was nearly three months pregnant with their daughter, Troian , as Season 2 drew to a close.

Series star Jan-Michael Vincent's problems with alcoholism also contributed to the show's problems. Annecharico in association with MCA.

This was intended to increase the number of episodes to make the show eligible for broadcast syndication.

The original cast was written out of the fourth season: Jan-Michael Vincent appears in a first transitional episode; a body double for Ernest Borgnine seen only from the back represented Santini, who was killed off in an explosion; Archangel was said to have suddenly been assigned overseas.

John Hawke, played by Barry Van Dyke , was suddenly revealed to be alive, having been working for many years as a deep undercover agent for American intelligence, contradicting characterizations in the previous three seasons.

John replaced Stringfellow as the central character. The production crew no longer had access to the original Airwolf helicopter, and all in-flight shots were recycled from earlier seasons; the original full-size studio mockup was re-dressed and used for all interior shots.

Actress Michele Scarabelli , who played Jo Santini, said in a Starlog magazine interview that all 24 scripts were in place before the cast arrived, leaving the actors little room to develop their characters.

The flight-capable Airwolf helicopter was a cosmetically modified Bell , serial number , sometimes unofficially called a Bell A. The concept behind Airwolf was a supersonic armed helicopter that could be disguised as a civilian vehicle—"a wolf in sheep's clothing".

Andrew Probert designed the Airwolf uniform insignia patch worn by the flight crew members, a snarling bat-winged wolf's head wearing a sheepskin.

Season 1 CBS , Spring — two-hour pilot and ten additional episodes. Seasons 2—3 CBS , — — two seasons of 22 episodes each. Airwolf Themes is a two-CD soundtrack album for the television series released in February, The minute soundtrack was created over a five-year period by a fan, Northern Ireland -based graphic designer Mark J.

Cairns, in collaboration with original composer Levay, with a foreword by the series' creator, Bellisario. After the original CBS series was cancelled in , Cairns headed the International Airwolf Appreciation Association for nearly 10 years from — He decided in early to produce his own high-quality soundtrack for the series using the episodic scores from the three seasons of the series to create the first 22 synthesizer-based tracks on the soundtrack, including various medleys and character themes.

Only one thousand copies were made. It contains four tracks based on variations of the series' Main Theme and was a preview of the future Extended Themes release.

A further track, minute, enhanced two-CD, limited-edition soundtrack album release called Airwolf Extended Themes containing both a CD of the series' main theme variants, and a second CD of the episodic themes was released on March 26, Cairns the arranger and overall producer of the second CD on this soundtrack.

Two thousand copies were made. During the original series run, two books were published. There was also a series of tie-in novels printed by Star, adapted from the scripts of various episodes, and coloring books for younger fans printed in the UK by World Publishing , as well as a UK annual, which, despite being produced in to cover , was based around the first season.

A syndication package does exist, and the show occasionally appears as re-runs. As of , it was airing on getTV. Earlier releases consisted of single episodes on VHS double episodes in the UK and some countries, edited together into "movie" format; later in the UK, a selection of first and season episodes were released by Playback on both VHS and DVD , most notably a United Kingdom 18 certificate cut of the pilot episode, presented as a standalone film reshuffling and reworking many scenes, and removing much of the continuity ties with the following series, as well as incorporating footage from the first-season episode "Mad Over Miami", and with profanity that was not present in the aired version.

Season 4 was released in Region 1 on February 1, On September 6, , Shout! This single-disc set features the two-hour pilot tele-film fully restored and uncensored.

It also contains special features including a new interview with Ernest Borgnine. The new HD transfers were created by Universal Studios.

This release was significant as Universal Studios provided Koch Media with a new, HD print for season 1 episode, "Bite Of The Jackal", to cure the unintended cuts Universal had made of this episode on the Fabulous Films' earlier version of the print.

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Airwolf Theme for One Hour Non Stop Continuously Retrieved When the sabotage turns to murder, Hawke takes matters into his own hands and is determined to bring the Spider to justice. Airwolfan action-espionage television series created by Donald P. Later that evening, for no apparent reason, Barron commits Vox,De but leaves behind a will that gives Hoaxmap riches to his niece and the other half to Santini, "the most honest man he ever met". Hawke and Santini's niece Jo are testing a helicopter control device, and after landing they find an audio tape that someone secretly placed into the helicopter. The blast seriously injures Hawke and he slips into unconsciousness at the hospital. In return Krakeelo protection from the government, Stringfellow piloted Airwolf on national security missions for the Firm. Airwolf gives chase, but during the pursuit has damaged Airwolf and injured Hawke. Hawke and Santini plan to hide Airwolf somewhere else until the satellite flies Airwolf Serie. Archangel looks behind the scenes of the movie producer discovering the stunt is actually a cover-up for a real gold robbery arranged by a criminal mastermind.

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