The Beast Must Die

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The Beast Must Die movie poster.

Movie (1974)
Also known as: Black Werewolf

Starring:
Calvin Lockart (Tom Newcliffe)
Peter Cushing (Dr. Christopher Lundgren)
Marlene Clark (Caroline Newcliffe)
Charles Gray (Arthur Bennington)
Anton Diffring (Pavel)
Ciaran Madden (Davina Gilmore)

Wealthy businessman Tom Newcliffe summons a group of people to his remote mansion, suspecting one of them to be a werewolf.

Sud-Aviation SA 318C Alouette II

Used as aerial patrol for Newcliffe's mansion. While hunting the werewolf, Newcliffe rides in it and fires his rifle from it. After they land, the werewolf kills the pilot. Registration G-AWFY, serial 2007, also seen in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

Reg. G-AWFY Sud-Aviation 318C Alouette II of British Executive Air Services Ltd.
Reg. G-AWFY Sud-Aviation 318C Alouette II of British Executive Air Services Ltd.
Reg. G-AWFY Sud-Aviation 318C Alouette II of British Executive Air Services Ltd.
Reg. G-AWFY Sud-Aviation 318C Alouette II of British Executive Air Services Ltd.

Newcliffe, attempting to shoot the beast, accidentally hits the Alouette's fuel tank, blowing it up. A scrapped Alouette with the registration T-AWEK is used for the shot of the helicopter exploding.

Reg. T-AWEK Sud-Aviation 318C Alouette II.


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