"Get off my plane!"
Description: The final words spoken to a terrorist (Gary Oldman) who high-jacked the presidential airplane on the political thriller Air Force One (1997).
As terrorists take over Air Force One, Harrison Ford as the President refuses to leave the plane so he can save the First Lady, his daughter and the hostages left on board.
"When you talk to the President, you might remind him that I am holding his wife, his daughter, his chief of staff, his national security advisor, his classified papers - and his baseball glove! - Ivan Korshunov
"Nobody does this to the United States. The President will get his baseball glove back and play catch with this guy's balls!" - General Northwood
When a majority of the passengers are parachuted off the plane, the lead terrorist forces the President to influence the release of rouge general held in a Russian prison or he will kill his wife and child.
After affecting the general's release, the head terrorist uses the President’s wife as a shield so that he can parachute from the tail end of the plane. The First lady knocks away his gun allowing the President to battle for control.
Wrapping a cargo strap around the terrorist’s neck, the President pulls the terrorist’s parachute cord and says, “Get off my plane!” The dramatic yank from the billowing parachute snaps the terrorist neck as he is sucked off the plane.
Note: In the film Gorillas in the Mist (1988) Segourney Weaver as environmentalist Dian Fossey, shouts “Get off my mountan!” to poachers who are killing the native population of gorillas.