Flight of the Navigator is a UK VHS release by CBS/Fox Video on 1988 and 1989. It got re-released by 4 Front Video, Fox Video, CBS/Fox Video and PolyGram Video on 10th February 1992. 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment on 199
Description[edit | edit source]
David Freeman is eight years late for dinner and his family want to know why. But David's got an absolutely fantastic excuse.
Get ready for an adventure that's out of this world!!!
When you're 12 years old, every day's a new discovery. But NOTHING could prepare David for the adventure which lay ahead. For a start, imagine waking up one day to discover you'd lost eight years of your life! Everything - his mum, his dad, even his dog - had changed. Everything - except him. And that's not the only thing that's weird. Why's David's brain sending out strange signals even he can't explain? And why do a group of top-secret government scientists want to lock him up and study him as a national security risk? The truth is even stranger. Because even though David's just a kid, his mind's the key to the most amazing discovery on earth: a visitorfrom another part of the universe. It's time for a risky trip through time and space, with David at the controls - because HE'S the Navigator.
Cast [edit | edit source]
- Joey Cramer as David Freeman
- Paul Reubens (credited as "Paul Mall") as Max (voice)
- Cliff DeYoung as Bill Freeman
- Veronica Cartwright as Helen Freeman
- Albie Whitaker as Jeff Freeman, 8 years
- Matt Adler as Jeff Freeman, 16 years
- Sarah Jessica Parker as Carolyn McAdams
- Howard Hesseman as Dr. Louis Faraday
- Robert Small as Troy
- Jonathan Sanger as Dr. Carr
- Richard Liberty as Larry Howard
- Iris Acker as Janet Howard
- Raymond Forchion as Detective Banks
- Brittney Vance as Female Officer
- Steve Ramos as Night Guard Brayton
- Thomas White as Darrell the Hockey Coach
- Lawrence Mikashus as Fort Lauderdale Fire Department Chief
Uncredited[edit | edit source]
- Corey Burton as the voice of R.A.L.F.
- Frank Welker as the voice of Puckmaren, Bruiser and Aliens
Credits[edit | edit source]
Trailers and info [edit | edit source]
Rental 1988 Re-release [edit | edit source]
- The Boy Who Could Fly
- Revenge of the Nerds II: Nerds in Paradise