When Pola flies to Kansas City, what airline is she travelling on?share
I haven't seen it in awhile, and the only thing I remember them saying was the Sky Chief. Maybe Midwest?
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The plane said TWA on the side.share
I think TWA found its way into many films because of the Howard Hughes connection. Hughes owned TWA and he was a creature of Hollywood, dating a long line of actresses through the years such as Ginger Rogers and Katherine Hepburn. Hughes produced several films, bought RKO in the 1940s and was a pal to many of the top producers in Hollywood who were in a position to place his planes in films.
I think he also understood the value of "product placement" long before the term was even coined. Notice in any film if there is a plane that is going to crash or have a problem the airline has a fictitious name. Most notably the plane we see in "The High and the Mighty" 1954 has Topac painted on the side. There aint no such airline.
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