Misery

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Misery movie poster.

Movie (1990)

Starring:
James Caan (Paul Sheldon)
Kathy Bates (Annie Wilkes)
Richard Farnsworth (Buster)
Frances Sternhagen (Virginia)
Lauren Bacall (Marcia Sindell)
Graham Davis (Libby)

A writer is involved in a car accident and rescued by a fan of his. However, when she learns he has killed off her favorite character in his latest novel, she holds him prisoner and attempts to force him to write a new novel.

Aérospatiale AS355 TwinStar

Used by the police to search for Paul.

Misery CIMG6474.jpg
Misery overfly1.jpg

Bell 206 JetRanger

In closeup shots of the police in the helicopter, the TwinStar is instead represented by a Bell JetRanger in a continuity error.
Probably a studio shot or a cockpit set as no evidence of flight could be seen with this action.

Misery Bell-CIMG6473.jpg

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