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Scarface movie poster.

Movie (1983)

Al Pacino (Tony Montana)
Steven Bauer (Manny Ribera)
Michelle Pfeiffer (Elvira Hancock)
Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio (Gina Montana)
Robert Loggia (Frank Lopez)
F. Murray Abraham (Omar Suarez)

In 1980 Miami, a determined Cuban immigrant takes over a drug cartel while succumbing to greed.

Bell 206B JetRanger III

Registration N20802, Serial 3429. Same aircraft in other works at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

Scarface Hanging chopper.jpg
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Goodyear GZ-20

Goodyear GZ-20 displaying message "The World Is Yours"

Bell 222

At the East 60th Street Heliport (also known as the Pan Am Metroport) in Manhattan. This heliport was closed in 1998.
Pan Am used these 222s as a shuttle service between the heliport and the three major New York airports (JFK, LaGuardia, and Newark). They contracted Omniflight Helicopters to purchase/lease and operate the helicopters.

Bell 222 of Pan Am-Pan American World Airways (Omniflight Helicopters).

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