|Writers||Doran William Cannon (written by)
|Cast||Bud Cort Sally Kellerman Michael Murphy William Windom Shelley Duvall Rene Auberjonois Stacy Keach John Schuck Margaret Hamilton Jennifer Salt Corey Fischer G. Wood Bert Remsen Angelin Johnson Dean Goss William Baldwin William Henry Bennet Gary Chason Ellis Gilbert Verdie Henshaw|
|Plot||Brewster is an owlish, intellectual boy who lives in a fallout shelter of the Houston Astrodome. He has a dream: to take flight within the confines of the stadium. Brewster tells those he trusts of his dream, but displays a unique way of treating others who do not fit within his plans. When the fateful day arrives, and he enters the dome with his fanciful construction of bird wings, Brewster is surrounded by the police. Will he be caught before he attempts to fly?... see Brewster McCloud on IMDb|
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|Robert Altman: You've just been nominated for an Oscar (for M*A*S*H) and given the keys to Hollywood--what are you going to do next? Leave it to eternal maverick Altman to turn around and make this wickedly loony, esoteric (and little-seen) comedy, about an odd loner (Bud Cort as the title character) whose dream is to build a pair of wings in his aerie in the Houston Astrodome that can really fly. Altman spoofs both The Wizard of Oz (look for Margaret Hamilton in a cameo) and Bullitt as he fuses a strange serial murder plot to his story of young Brewster and his strange adventures. His cast includes such Altman regulars as John Schuck, Michael Murphy, and Rene Auberjonois, as well as a wild cameo by Stacy Keach. --Marshall Fine|
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