No Highway in the Sky
No Highway in the Sky (1951)

Considered a bit eccentric and therefore a tad unreliable, a Royal Aircraft Establishment metallurgist is still respected for his work on the company's newly designed Reindeer, aircraft. Unfortunately, the off-beat scientist has… More

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Rated: Unrated
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Release Date: June 28, 1951
DVD Release Date: August 2, 1995
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Dennis Schwartz
Ozus' World Movie Reviews

American military war hero pilot James Stewart plays the eccentric Yank scientist working for a British airline, and gives one of his better and more pleasing performances as someone kindhearted but a bit daffy.

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Christopher Lloyd
Sarasota Herald-Tribune

No Highway in the Sky is notable for its depiction of airline travel and disaster-film dynamics, each then in emerging stages. Unfortunately, it's not very skilled at either one.

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Kevin M. Williams
A surprise of a piece as Jimmy Stewart plays a Yank over in Britain, an seriously absentminded science geek kind of guy, working for an airline, who's… More
Paris Smith
Competently acted, directed, edited, and hardly anything more than that. James Stewart turns in a great performance. As a whole, the film is enjoyable from… More
Michael Gildea
Despite what my old man will tell you, No Highway in the Sky is not a great movie. It's got a great cast and the story had some potential to be a real… More
Marcus Woolcott
Fine work from the leads, but the story sags and goes for the predictable happy ending. There's a better father/daughter story in here that is sadly… More
jay nixon
The cast is MUCH better then the story deserves.