Mike Catton was once a world-renowned construction foreman (at least in the construction world), but an accident left him with a serious fear of heights. Unable to climb the big skyscrapers while under construction, he retired and became a truck driver. But when an old friend needs him to help put up a building, and when the old friend gets harassed and threatened by an Evil Corporate Type, he comes out of retirement and assembles the creme de la creme of the construction world. Together, they race against time to finish the building while the Evil Corporate Type tries to stop them.
No Adventure Has Ever Been Built This High
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Did You Know?
There was a scene that did not make into the movie that was filmed on South Broadway in-between Boots Hotel and a restaurant involving an intoxicated man with a bottle of Maker's Mark with a brown bag covering the bottle and he walks towards Lee Majors asking him for money while Majors is driving a white car. See more
Nobody move! Cherokee's loose somewhere!
Referenced in In Praise of Action