What can we learn about marketing automation from the movie Airplane!

A common misconception about Marketing Automation is that you just hit autopilot and then sit back and watch the conversions roll in. Anyone that’s seen the movie Airplane! will know that just hitting the autopilot button isn’t always a good idea! Marketing automation is no different to any other internal process, service or action within your company.Read the full article

Airplane! (2/10) Movie CLIP - Automatic Pilot (1980) HD

Airplane! Movie Clip - watch all clips http://j.mp/wsAF7J click to subscribe http://j.mp/sNDUs5 Dr. Rumack (Leslie Nielsen) describes the symptoms of the flight sickness as Captain Oveur (Peter Graves) experiences all of them. TM & © Paramount (2012) Cast: Leslie Nielsen, Julie Hagerty, Peter Graves Director: Jim Abrahams, David Zucker, Jerry Zucker MOVIECLIPS YouTube Channel: http://j.mp/vqieFG Join our Facebook page: http://j.mp/tb8OMH Follow us on Twitter: http://j.mp/rZzGsm Buy Movie: http://amzn.to/tk9Jjs Producer: Jim Abrahams, Jon Davison, Howard W. Koch, Hunt Lowry, David Zucker, Jerry Zucker Screenwriter: Jim Abrahams, David Zucker, Jerry Zucker, Arthur Hailey, Hall Bartlett, John C. Champion Film Description: This spoof of the Airport series of disaster movies relies on ridiculous sight gags, groan-inducing dialogue, and deadpan acting -- a comedy style that would be imitated for the next 20 years. Airplane! pulls out all the clichés as alcoholic pilot Ted Striker (Robert Hays), who's developed a fear of flying due to wartime trauma, boards a jumbo jet in an attempt to woo back his stewardess girlfriend (Julie Hagerty). Food poisoning decimates the passengers and crew, leaving it up to Striker to land the plane, with the help of a glue-sniffing air traffic controller (Lloyd Bridges) and Striker's vengeful former captain (Robert Stack), who must both talk him down. Along the way, we meet a clutch of stock disaster movie passengers like the guitar-strumming nun, a sick little girl, a frightened old lady, and two African-American travelers whose "jive" has to be subtitled. Leslie Nielsen portrays the plane's doctor, launching a new phase of the actor's career that carried him through the next two decades in several similarly comedic roles. The trio of directors Jim Abrahams, Jerry Zucker, and David Zucker responsible for the film would eventually go on to solo careers, but not before making Top Secret! and Ruthless People. airplane,"airplane clip","airplane crash","airplane crash videos","airplane landing","airplane plain white t's","airplane take off","leslie nielsen","julie hagerty","peter graves","blow-up doll videos",comedy,"cult comedies",satires,"howard w koch","jon davison","jerry zucker","david zucker","hunt lowry","jim abrahams","consequences videos","illness videos","airplane videos",elaine,"dr rumack","captain oveur","movie clips",movieclipsdotcom,#AMG:V+++++1306,/m/0fb7c,/m/05_vrg,/m/02j4sk

Life Of Brian (1979) - clip: "You're all individuals"

A short clip from Monty Python's Life of Brian.

Don't call me Shirley

My all-time favorite line from Airplane!