Superman III

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Superman III poster movie.

Movie (1983)

Christopher Reeve (Clark Kent / Superman)
Robert Vaughn (Ross Webster)
Richard Pryor (Gus Gorman)
Marc McClure (Jimmy Olsen)
Margot Kidder (Lois Lane )

A genius of computers finds the way to make synthetic kryptonite. Laced with tobacco tar splits Superman in two: good Clark Kent and bad Man of Steel.

Also from this series:

Superman (1978)
Superman II
Superman Returns
Man Of Steel (2013)

Bell 206 JetRanger

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Rockwell Space Shuttle and Blimp-like balloon

Helium balloon or plastic models hung to the ceiling.

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Sikorsky SH-34J

Built for the U.S. Navy as a Sikorsky SH-34J, c/n 148954, then used by AFRES as HH-34J before being sold to the civil market and then registered N95954.

Reg.N95954 Sikorsky H-34J of St Louis Helicopter Airways.
Reg.N95954 Sikorsky H-34J of St Louis Helicopter Airways.
Reg.N95954 Sikorsky H-34J of St Louis Helicopter Airways.

Fictional Flying Seat

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Fictional Flying Object

Looks like some Gerry Anderson productions (The Thunderbirds TV Series or several movies).

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