Iron Eagle IV


1h 36m 1995

Brief Synopsis

Retired Air Force General "Chappy" Sinclair opens a flight school for teenagers in trouble with the law, and enlists the aid of a former pilot to help teach them. While in training, the kids and their instructor stumble upon a plot by extremists from within the military to use chemical warfare on Cu

Film Details

MPAA Rating
PG-13
Genre
Action
Drama
Sequel
Release Date
1995
Location
Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 36m

Synopsis

Retired Air Force General "Chappy" Sinclair opens a flight school for teenagers in trouble with the law, and enlists the aid of a former pilot to help teach them. While in training, the kids and their instructor stumble upon a plot by extremists from within the military to use chemical warfare on Cuba. Unable to convince officials of the plot, they take it upon themselves to stop it.

Crew

Mark Amin

Executive Producer

Mark Beck

Sound Effects Editor

Michael Bickel

Grip

Jose Bolstridge

Craft Service

Steve Bryant

On-Set Dresser

Rosina Bucci

Casting

Steven Butson

Assistant Camera Operator

Shane Cardwell

Stunt Coordinator

Ralph Chiaravolloti

Dialogue Editor

Joseph N Cohen

Executive Producer

Gilles Corbeil

Steadicam Operator

Gilles Corbeil

Camera Operator

Ron Craig

Special Effects Coordinator

Derby Crewe

Assistant Director

Donna Dupere-taylor

Extras Agent/Coordinator

Debbie Eng

Hair Stylist

Avi Federgreen

Production Assistant

Avrel Fisher

Assistant Director

Marie Grogan Flanagan

Wardrobe

Sara Furie

Assistant Costume Designer

Kevin Gamble

On-Set Dresser

John Gare

Sound Re-Recording Mixer

Mark Gibbs

On-Set Dresser

Michael Gibson

Photography

Mike Gillan

Grip

Craig Grant

Property Master

Elizabeth Gruszka

Makeup Artist

Bill Heintz

Key Grip

Caitlin Hogan

Assistant Director

David Horton

Boom Operator

Colin Irving

Hair Assistant

Winnifred Jong

Script Supervisor

Rick Kearney

Assistant Camera Operator

Liam Kiernan

Assistant Location Manager

Marvin Lawrence

Post-Production Coordinator

Franco Leone

Color Timer

Ao Loo

Sound Recordist

Glenn Macintosh

Assistant Director

Vair Macphee

Assistant Production Coordinator

Shelley Mansell

Wardrobe

Jeff Marsh

Special Effects

Byron A. Martin

Unit Manager

Raymond Mcleary

Best Boy

Ray Mcmillan

Projectionist

Bill Melanson

Other

J R Melanson

Dolly Grip

James R Murray

Props Assistant

Kerri Neraasen

Craft Service

Penelope Parish

Wardrobe Assistant

Dominic Parker

Set Decorator

Michael Parks

Art Director

Curtis Petersen

Director Of Photography

Shaun Pollinger

Camera Assistant

Mike Preuss

On-Set Dresser

Phil Rodrigues

Foley Artist

Tina Roesler-kerwin

Makeup

Erwin Roithmeier

Transportation Captain

Loris Santarossa

Electrician

Robin Sarafinachan

Production Coordinator

Joyce Schure

Costume Designer

Jesse Shanlin

Electrician

Peter Simpson

Producer

Kim Sinclair

Assistant Art Director

Kevin Stewart

Assistant Camera Operator

Kevin Stewart

Other

Michael Stokes

Screenplay

Barbara Swift

Negative Cutting

Franco Tatta

Gaffer

Anton Tyukodi

Other

Rob Urquhart

Production Supervisor

Helen Utsal

On-Set Dresser

Julia Valente

Makeup Assistant

Jeff Warren

Editor

Valerie Weiss

Assistant Editor

Evan Wilson

Camera Assistant

Shannon Marie Wilson

Wardrobe

Victoria Woods

Production Manager

Paul J Zaza

Music

Stan Zuwala

Special Effects

Film Details

MPAA Rating
PG-13
Genre
Action
Drama
Sequel
Release Date
1995
Location
Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Technical Specs

Duration
1h 36m

Quotes

Trivia

Miscellaneous Notes

Released in United States Winter January 1, 1995

Released in United States February 18, 1996

Released in United States on Video August 13, 1996

Began shooting October 31, 1994.

Completed shooting December 9, 1994.

Fourth installment to follow "Iron Eagle" (USA/1986) and "Iron Eagle II" (USA/1988), both directed by Sidney J. Furie; and "Aces: Iron Eagle III" (USA/1992), directed by John Glen.

Released in United States Winter January 1, 1995

Released in United States February 18, 1996

Released in United States on Video August 13, 1996