Cloud Dancer

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This article is about the movie. For for the dancer and film-maker, see Cloud (dancer).
Cloud Dancer
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1980 theatrical poster for the US
Directed by Barry Brown
Produced by Barry Brown
Dick Reed
Scott M. Siegler
Melvin Simon
Written by Barry Brown
William Goodhart
Daniel Tamkus
Starring David Carradine
Jennifer O'Neill
Joseph Bottoms
Music by Fred Karlin
Cinematography Travers Hill
Edited by Marshall M. Borden
Allan Holzman
Distributed by Blossom Pictures
Release dates
  • May 29, 1980 (1980-05-29) (US)
Running time 104 min
Country United States
Language English

Cloud Dancer is a 1980 US drama film directed by Barry Brown. It stars David Carradine, Jennifer O'Neill and Joseph Bottoms. The film follows a competition aerobatic pilot. It had its premiere in Milwaukee on 29 May, 1980.

Plot[edit]

Brad Randolph (Carradine) is the World Champion aerobatic pilot but now, in his early 40s, he faces many challenges to maintain his position. His physical struggles are heightened by the presence of a youthful competitor, Tom Loomis (Bottoms). Intertwined with Brad's professional struggles is his relationship with Helen St. Clair (O'Neil).[1]

Main cast[edit]

Production[edit]

The film's technical advisor was former World Champion aerobatic pilot, Tom Poberezny. Crowd scenes were also shot at actual air shows in the Phoenix area.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Cloud Dancer EEA Magazine. 19 July 1978

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