Feature - 'The Big Lift' | KCET
Feature - 'The Big Lift'
Also, be sure to check out Classic Cool Context, our special feature on the history behind this movie.
Montgomery Clift and Paul Douglas star in the 1950 drama, "The Big Lift." Written and directed by George Seaton, the film about the Berlin Blockade was shot on location in Berlin, Germany only a year after the real life event.
- Cartoon: Popeye in "Out To Luch"
- Feature Film: "The Big Lift"
- Newsreel: I. The Berlin Airlift"
II. "The Red Threat"
- Musical Interlude: Louis Jordan, "Honey Chile"
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