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Gojira VS Desutoroiâ theatrical movie poster.

Movie (1995)
English title: Godzilla vs. Destroyah

Starring:
Takurô Tatsumi (Dr. Kensaku Ijuin)
Yôko Ishino (Yukari Yamane)
Yasufumi Hayashi (Kenichi Yamane)
Megumi Odaka (Miki Saegusa)
Sayaka Osawa (Meru Ozawa)
Saburo Shinoda (Prof. Fukazawa)

Godzilla begins approaching a nuclear meltdown which will destroy the Earth if not contained. At the same time, after-effects from Dr. Serizawa's oxygen-destroyer, which killed the original Godzilla, mutate microscopic lifeforms into a single gigantic creature dubbed Destroyah.

Also from this series:
Gojira/Godzilla films

Hughes 369E (500E)

G-Force helicopter used throughout the film by Miki. It is disintegrated by Destroyah's micro-oxygen breath weapon. Registration JA9418, Serial 0152E.

Reg. JA9418 Hughes 369E (500E).
Reg. JA9418 Hughes 369E (500E).
Reg. JA9418 Hughes 369E (500E).
Reg. JA9418 Hughes 369E (500E).

Boeing 747-438

Australian airliner seen landing at Hong Kong Kai Tak International Airport.

Boeing 747-438 of Qantas.
Boeing 747-438 of Qantas.
Boeing 747-438 of Qantas.

Boeing 747-346

Registration JA8179, c/n 23640/668. On approach to Hong Kong Kai Tak International Airport.

Reg. JA8179 Boeing 747-346 of JAL-Japan Air Lines.

Kawasaki P-3C Orion

Described as a "flying laboratory" equipped with sophisticated monitoring equipment, this plane is used by G-Force to study Godzilla from a safe distance. Serial 5029, c/n 9026 of Japanese Maritime Self-Defense Force.

Kawasaki P-3C Orion of Japanese Maritime Self-Defense Force.
Kawasaki P-3C Orion of Japanese Maritime Self-Defense Force.
Kawasaki P-3C Orion of Japanese Maritime Self-Defense Force.

Bell UH-1 Iroquois

Japanese military helicopter used to track Godzilla in the sea for the "flying laboratory."

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Aérospatiale AS350B Ecureuil

News helicopter. Registration JA9309, Serial 1527.

Reg. JA9309 Aérospatiale AS350B Ecureuil.
Reg. JA9309 Aérospatiale AS350B Ecureuil.
Reg. JA9309 Aérospatiale AS350B Ecureuil.
Reg. JA9309 Aérospatiale AS350B Ecureuil.

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