Gojira (1984)

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Gojira theatrical movie poster.

Movie (1984)
English title : Godzilla 1985: The Legend Reborn

Ken Tanaka (Goro Maki)
Yasuko Sawaguchi (Naoko Okumura)
Yôsuke Natsuki (Dr. Hayashida)
Keiju Kobayashi (Prime Minister Mitamura)
Shin Takuma (Hiroshi Okumura)
Eitarô Ozawa (Finance Minister Kanzaki)

In this direct sequel to the original 1954 film, Godzilla mysteriously returns following a volcanic eruption to again wreak havoc on Japan.

Also from this series:
Gojira/Godzilla films

Bell 212

Maritime Security helicopter which rescues Goro and Hiroshi. Registration JA9595, Serial 31226.

Reg. JA9595 Bell 212.

Mitsubishi HSS-2B

Seen in use by the Japanese navy to drop sonar into the ocean.

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Lockheed P-3C Orion

Sonar plane used by the Japanese Navy (Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force) and built under license by Kawasaki.

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Bell UH-1 Iroquois

Several of these are used by the Japanese military throughout the film, notably to fly Goro, Hiroshi and Dr. Hayashida out to the nuclear power plant, and later to rescue Hayashida.

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Unidentified Airliner

Seen taking off during a montage of people evacuating Tokyo.

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Kawasaki-Vertol KV-107 II

Seen used to drop off some cargo. Two appear to be used, with registrations JG1701 and JG1719 respectively.

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Mitsubishi SH-60J Seahawk

Used to drop sonar into Tokyo Bay. Godzilla surfaces directly in front of it, terrifying the pilots. it disappears during the jet assault, so presumably Godzilla destroyed it. Represented by a model (save for the shot of the pilots reacting).

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Modified Mitsubishi F-1

The Japanese air force attacks Godzilla in Tokyo Bay with these in time-honored fashion. He destroys a few of them with his fiery nuclear breath. Save for cockpit shots featuring the pilots, they're represented by models with fictionnal canard plan.

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Aérospatiale SA 316/319 Alouette III

News helicopter which Godzilla blasts with his atomic breath. It falls onto a car-littered freeway, setting off a chain reaction of explosions. Represented by a model only.

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Aérospatiale AS350 Ecureuil

Flies Goro to Dr. Hayashida's building, and later is seen flying Goro and Naoko out to the volcano.

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