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1 hr 15 min layover at San Francisco to Taipei.. am I screwed?

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Warning: Never flown internationally.

I am traveling from Philadelphia to Denpasar, Bali by way of San Francisco and Taipei. I booked the trip through Orbitz.
I am scheduled to arrive at the SF airport at 11:50PM. My flight to Taipei leaves at 2:05AM. I was talking to a friend today and when I told her this she said, "NO WAY".

I was looking up this flight (China Airlines 3) and according to the China Airlines website (corroborated by Orbitz and expedia) in fact it looks like the flight actually leaves at 12:05AM! But on my itinerary, it says 1:05AM.

I plan on calling Orbitz tomorrow, but before I call I want to know what is reasonable. Why would Orbitz sell this itinerary? Is it possible to make these flights?

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