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Mission: Impossible theatrical movie poster.

Movie (1996)

Starring:
Tom Cruise (Ethan Hunt)
Jon Voight (Jim Phelps)
Emmanuelle Béart (Claire Phelps)
Henry Czerny (Eugene Kittridge)
Jean Reno (Franz Krieger)
Ving Rhames (Luther Stickell)

Ethan Hunt is framed as a mole when his team - including his superior, Jim Phelps - is killed in Prague. Along with Jim's widow, Claire, Ethan sets out to establish the identity of the people who set him up.

Also from this series:


Mission: Impossible II
Mission: Impossible III
Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol
Mission: Impossible 5

Aérospatiale AS355 Ecureuil 2

Kittridge and his assistant Barnes arrive in this helicopter.

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Later, an AS355 is erroneously depicted in a news report about the MD 520N's crash. Possibly this is an in-story mistake made by the news (and thus deliberate by the filmmakers).

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McDonnell Douglas Helicopter MD-520N NOTAR

This helicopter, flown by Krieger, is used extensively in the film's climax wherein it follows a train into a tunnel. It is destroyed when Ethan sticks exploding chewing gum on the windscreen.

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