From flying boats to jumbo jets Pan Am was featured in many films and television programs. The most extensive Pan Am footage is in the film "China Clipper. This 1936 film, starring Hugh O'Brien and Humphrey Bogart, closely traces Pan Am's birth through the first Trans-Pacific flight with the China Clipper. Starting in the 1960s Pan Am would appear in four James Bond adventure films as well as the light hearted comedies "That Touch of Mink" and "Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory." Pan Am was also seen in "I Love Lucy, The Beverly Hillbillies and the English TV series "The Saint." Below is a list of Films (listed alphabetically by title) that include Pan Am. If you are aware of any others please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Film / Title Starring Year 2001 A Space Odyssey Gary Lockwood 1968
Bananas Woody Alen 1971
Beatles in New York (News Reel) The Beatles 1964
Beatles return London (News Real) The Beatles 1964
Bullet Steve McQueen 1968
Casablanca H.Bogart / Ingrid Bergman 1942
Catch Me if You Can Leonardo DiCaprio 2002
China Clipper Humphrey Bogart 1936
Come Fly With Me Carl Malden / Dolores Hart 1963
Coogan's Bluff Clint Eastwood 1968
Dr. No Sean Connery 1962
Flying down to Rio Astaire & Rogers 1933
From Russia With Love Sean Connery 1963
Help The Beatles 1965
Hook Robin Williams 1991
Last Flight Out James Earl Jones 1990
Licence to Kill Timothy Dalton 1989
Live and Let Die Roger Moore 1973
Auntie Mame Rosalind Russell 1958
Missing Jack Lemmon 1982
National Lampoon European Vacation Chevy Chase 1985
Now Voyager Bette Davis 1942
On A Clear Day U Can See Forever Barbara Striesand 1970
One, Two, Three James Cagney 1961
Raiders of the Lost Arc Harrison Ford 1981
Romancing the Stone K. Turner & M. Douglass 1984
Something Short of Paradise Susan Sarandan 1979
That Touch of Mink Doris Day Carey Grant 1962
The Prize Paul Newman 1963
Volunteers Tom Hanks 1985
Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory Gene Wilder 1971
With a Song in My Heart Jane Froman 1952
I love LucyLucille Ball 1950s
Beverly HillbilliesBuddy Ebsen 1960s
The SaintRoger Moore 1960s
Description Pan Am provides shuttle service from Earth to and from the Space Station
Woody Allen posing as a dictator flies Pan Am to Miami
Beatles first trip to NYC in 1964 was via Pan Am flight 101.
The Beatles fly depart JFK and arrive London on Pan Am
McQueen chase around San Francisco Airport with great footage of Pan Am 707.
Humphrey Bogart encourages Ingrid Bergman to escape the Nazi's via “The Clipper.”
DiCaprio poses as a Pan Am pilot to trave lthe world for free
Hollywood version of the story of the China Clipper
Adventures of a fictitious airline stewardess, with Pan Am style uniforms & Terminal.
Helicopters on the roof of the Pan Am Building in New York City
James Bond flies a Pan Am Boeing 707 to Kingston, Jamaica
An in-flight wedding is performed on a Sikorsky flying boat.
James Bond flies a Pan Am Boeing 707 to Istanbul
The Beatles fly a Pan Am Boeing 707 to Nassau, Bahamas.
Williams and family fly to London on a Pan Am Boeing 747.
Made for TV movie about last Pan Am flight out of Saigon
Bond arrives at the Pan Am airport counter but has to cancel due to circumstances
Bond flies a Pan Am 747 London to New York with footage of Pan Am’s WorldPort
Rosalind Russell speaks about flying Pan American flight 100 to London.
Set in the 1970s Lemmon flies Pan Am to Chile to look for his missing child
Chevy Chase and family fly Pan Am to Europe
Davis travels to and from Brazil on a Pan American flying boat.
Barbara is serenaded from atop the Pan Am Building by Yves Montand
Cagney hosts multiple visitors arriving Berlin on Pan Am
Set in the 1930s Indiana Jones flies a Pan Am seaplane around the world
"The stone" is carried around South America in a Pan Am flight bag
Lovers reconcile at Pan Am's New York WorldPort with 747 in the background.
Doris Day travels alone to Bermuda on a Pan Am Boeing 707 to see Carey Grant
Paul Newman arrives in Stockholm on Pan Am Boeing 707
Set in the 1960s Tom Hanks flies to Thailand on a Pan Am Boeing 707
Wonka chocolate bars arrive in Munich on a Pan Am 707.
Set in the 1940s, Singer Jane Froman survives a Pan Am Boeing 314 crash.
Lucy smuggles food onto a Pan Am Trans-Atlantic flight disguised as a baby
The Hillbillies travel to Europe on Pan Am
Roger Moore flies Pan Am to various locations on several different episodes