Ocean's Eleven

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Poster for Ocean's Eleven.

Movie (2001)

Starring:
George Clooney (Danny Ocean)
Brad Pitt (Rusty Ryan)
Bernie Mac (Frank Cotton)
Andy Garcia (Terry Benedict)
Matt Damon (Linus Caldwell)
Julia Roberts (Tess Ocean0

After being released on parole, Danny Ocean begins to plan an audacios theft of three Las Vegas casinos in attempt to win his ex-wife back.

Also from this series:


Ocean's Twelve
Ocean's Thirteen

Lockheed L-1011 TriStar

Seen briefly in the background.

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Bell 206B Jetranger

In the hanger behind on the right. A Eurocopter AS350 is on the left.

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Aérospatiale AS350

Two variants can be seen here. On the left, an AS350 BA Reg. N1188P. On the right, an AS350 B2 Reg. N115SH.

N1188P on the left later became N808HD.


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