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Movie poster with alternate English title Great White.

Movie (1981)
English title : The Last Shark
French title : La mort au large
Also known as Great White

Starring:
James Franciscus (Peter Benton)
Vic Morrow (Ron Hamer)
Micaela Pignatelli (Gloria Benton)
Joshua Sinclair (Mayor William Wells)
Giancarlo Prete (Bob Martin)
Stefania Girolami Goodwin (Jenny Benton)

A great white shark preys on swimmers in a coastal town.

Sikorsky HH-52A Seaguard

Coast Guard helicopter.

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Agusta-Bell 206A JetRanger

WellsCo helicopter. Used in an attempt to bait the shark with a hunk of meat on a winch. When the winch operator falls into the water with the shark, the pilot tries to save him by lowering the chopper down so he can grab the runner, but the shark bites off his legs.
Reg. 9H-AAJ (9H- stands for Malta !).
Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

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Bell 212

When the shark pulls the WellsCo chopper down under the water (in a scene similar to Jaws 2), it changes from a JetRanger to a scale model of what appears to be a Bell 212.

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