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Friendship's Death poster.

Movie (1987)

Starring:
Tilda Swinton (Friendship)
Bill Paterson (Sullivan)
Patrick Bauchau (Kubler)
Ruby Baker (Catherine)

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Boeing 707-331B & Douglas DC-8-53

707 registration N8715T, c/n 18917/460 built in 1965. DC-8 registration HB-IDD, c/n 45656/191 built in 1963. Same aircraft in other works at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.
TWA Flight 741 and Swissair Flight 100 were hijacked on 6 September 1970 and flown to Dawson's Field Zerqu-Jordan. The passengers were released and the aircraft were destroyed on 13 September.

Reg. N8715T Boeing 707-331B of TWA-Trans World Airlines and reg. HB-IDD Douglas DC-8-53 Nidwalden of Swissair.


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