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|K13 - SST-Death Flight|
|Air Date||February 19, 1989|
|AKA|| Death Flight,|
SST: Disaster in the Sky,
Flight of the Maiden
|Movie Director||David Lowell Rich|
|Cast||Barbara Anderson, Bert Convy, Peter Graves, Lorne Greene, Burgess Meredith|
|Preceded by||K12 - Fugitive Alien|
|Followed by||K14 - Mighty Jack|
Though fairly expensive so far as TV movies go, the film is brought down to earth by its standard B-flick plot. On its maiden flight, America's first supersonic transport runs into deadly danger high in the sky and may never get to land. In true Airport fashion, the plane is populated with celebrities (at least by TV standards): Barbara Anderson, Bert Convy, Peter Graves, Lorne Greene, Tina Louise, George Maharis, Burgess Meredith, Doug McClure, Martin Milner, Robert Reed, Susan Strasberg, Billy Crystal, "Q" from Star Trek, and even Regis Philbin. 
As Crow quips, "There are more stars in this movie than a two hour episode of 'Love Boat Goes to Fantasy Island'"
Oh, and by the way, just about everything in this movie was sent up by Airplane! two years later. What they missed in Airplane! they hit the second time round in Airplane! The Sequel.
Death Flight was originally known as SST-Death Flight when it was first telecast February 25, 1977. The film's working title was Death of the Maiden, but this was too close to Death and the Maiden, the 90-minute pilot episode of the 1973 Jimmy Stewart TV series Hawkins. Death Flight was later syndicated as SST: Disaster in the Sky. 
Segment One: Joel tries to disprove the theory that robots can't feel physical pain by administering electrical shocks to Servo. (Servo: "You can fill my head with gummi bears, but I won't talk!")
Segment Four: Servo and Crow read fan mail from "the babes." Servo invites viewers to write in with their favorite pizza toppings, much to Joel's chagrin.
- Portions of the theater segments were included on the MST3K Scrapbook tape.
- This episode marks the first time the crew of the SOL read letters from viewers (as opposed to listening to phone calls).
|preceded by: --||MST3K on KTMA||followed by: Season 1|
|1988 - 1989|
|K00||The Green Slime||Not aired||K08||Gamera vs Guiron||1989-01-08||K16||City on Fire||1989-03-19|
|K01||Invaders from the Deep||1988-11-24||K09||Phase IV||1989-01-15||K17||Time of the Apes||1989-04-02|
|K02||Revenge of the Mysterons from Mars||1988-11-24||K10||Cosmic Princess||1989-01-22||K18||The Million Eyes of Sumuru||1989-05-07|
|K03||Star Force: Fugitive Alien II||1988-11-27||K11||Humanoid Woman||1989-01-29||K19||Hangar 18||1989-05-14|
|K04||Gamera vs Barugon||1988-12-04||K12||Fugitive Alien||1989-02-05||K20||The Last Chase||1989-05-21|
|K05||Gamera||1988-12-11||K13||SST- Death Flight||1989-02-19||K21||The "Legend of Dinosaurs"||1989-05-28|
|K06||Gamera vs Gaos||1988-12-18||K14||Mighty Jack||1989-03-05|
|K07||Gamera vs Zigra||1988-12-31||K15||Superdome||1989-03-12|