Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Italian action star Terence Hill aims for the breadbasket while playing for laughs in All the Way Boys. Hill and his frequent filmic cohort Bud Spencer play a couple of what-the-hell flyboys, working for a ramshackle air freight line. Ordered to navigate the treacherous Andes, Hill and Spencer grimace and groan as they narrowly avert sudden death. Prominent Irish performer Cyril Cusack is brought in for acting relief as "Mad Man". Yes, All the Way, Boys is funny, so long as you aren't expecting Noel Coward...or even Neil Simon.
barnstorming, aerial, air-disaster, demolition, frustration, love, opal, search, spurned, terrorism, treasure, urban