Amour et chocolat

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TV Movie (1992)
English title: Hot Chocolate

Bo Derek (BJ Cassidy)
Robert Hays (Eric Ferrier)
François Marthouret (Hubert de la Canelle)
Patricia Millardet (Lucrétia)

BJ Cassidy, a rich businesswoman, has to invest several billion dollars for fiscal reasons. She undertakes to buy back a small French factory, specialized in chocolate truffles.

Aérospatiale AS350 Ecureuil

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Boeing 747-131 & Boeing 747

747-131 of TWA landing while a 747 of British Airways is at the terminal.

Boeing 747-131 of TWA-Trans World Airlines and Boeing 747 of British Airways.

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