By  on May 20, 2009

1977 saw the release of several powerhouse flicks: John Badham’s “Saturday Night Fever,” Steven Spielberg’s “Close Encounters of the Third Kind” and George Lucas’ “Star Wars.” But another commercial hit opened that year to great acclaim (though it didn’t leave as enduring a legacy) — John Frankenheimer’s thriller “Black Sunday.” The film, about a terrorist plot involving a Super Bowl blimp, was based on the popular novel by Thomas Harris (author of the Hannibal Lecter series).

 

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