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The book Firefox was made into the movie Firefox.

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Book details for Firefox

Firefox was written by Craig Thomas. The book was published in 1977 by Little Brown and Company. More information on the book is available on Amazon.com.

 

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Movie details for Firefox

The movie was released in 1982. Firefox was produced by Warner Home Video. More information on the movie is available on Amazon.com and also IMDb.

Actors on this movie include Freddie Jones, Dimitra Arliss, Bernard Behrens, Warren Clarke, Kenneth Colley, Ward Costello, Oliver Cotton, Michael Currie, Nigel Hawthorne, Thomas Hill, David Huffman, Ronald Lacey, Klaus L÷witsch, Clive Merrison, Stefan Schnabel, James Staley, Alan Tilvern, Austin Willis and Kai Wulff.

 

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You can tell Clint Eastwood is getting old by all of the "retired" characters he plays who are pressed back into service, as in this early '80s effort. It's one of Eastwood's lesser action entries, in which he served as both star and director. He plays a ... Read More
You can tell Clint Eastwood is getting old by all of the "retired" characters he plays who are pressed back into service, as in this early '80s effort. It's one of Eastwood's lesser action entries, in which he served as both star and director. He plays a retired fighter pilot who is enlisted by the U.S. government to infiltrate the Soviet Union (back in the days when it was still an Evil Empire) and steal an ultra-top-secret fighter plane with all kinds of superior capabilities (back when the Stealth bomber was still a struggling prototype). Sure, no problem. Except that it takes forever to actually get Clint into the plane--and once he's got it, he keeps interrupting the fighter-plane sequences (the best thing about the movie) to land the thing and have fistfights and gunfights. --Marshall Fine