I've always wanted to make a movie that had the following (purposeful) blooper:
Passengers arrive at gate in DEN
for their flight to LIT
where at TWA 747 is waiting (obviously, I've been thinkiing about this for some time!)
The board an aircraft, with 8-across coach seating, sit down, and pull out a Fokker F.28 safety card.
In flight, we see an AA
DC-7 flying over NYC. If this cannot be found, substitue the classic TWA L-1049 shot of same.
Show various scenes in flight, in which hijinx and hilarity ensue.
CRJ-200 in flight over El Paso.
Show more in-flight scenes with things such as passengers exiting the aircraft-in flight, and FAs catching fire as they "cook" the in-flight "meal."
The plane lands as a mid-1980s livery United DC-10 in ORD
announces, "We've just arrived in Little Rock. Please stay seated until the plane has come to a complete stop. Thank you for flying Alaska Airlines."
As the passengers disembark the gate, they file off of a Continental 737-500 at ATL
parked at the YX
By the by, the PacBell on the phone should have been caught by someone, and could have been edited out in the cutting room. They were doing that kind of thing in the 1930s and making it look good.
Those who fail to learn history are doomed to repeat it in summer school.