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Dante's Peak poster.

Movie (1997)

Starring:
Pierce Brosnan (Harry Dalton)
Linda Halilton (Rachel Wando)
Jamie Renée Smith (Lauren Wando)
Jeremy Foley (Graham Wando)
Elizabeth Hoffman (Ruth)
Charles Hallahan (Paul Dreyfus)

A once-dormant volcano in the American town of Dante's Peak suddenly becomes active again, threatening to destroy the town and kill everyone in it. Vulcanologist Harry Dalton must find a means of stopping it.

Bell 206 JetRanger

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Bell TH-1L Iroquois

Helicopter rented by the survey team and used for flyovers of the crater and subsequently a rescue mission. During the initial eruption, several panicking townspeople attempt to leave in it, only for ash to clog the intakes, causing the copter to stall out and crash into a gas station. Registration N540GH (now N474RR), Serial 6426.

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Bell UH-1 Iroquois

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