The Fly II

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The Fly II movie poster.

Movie (1989)

Eric Stoltz (Martin Brundle)
Daphne Zuniga (Beth Logan)
Lee Richardson (Anton Bartok)
John Getz (Stathis Borans)
Frank C. Turner (Dr. Norman Shepard)
Ann Marie Lee (Dr. Jainway)

Following on from the events of The Fly, Martin Brundle, the son of the eponymous Seth Brundle, has been raised by his father's financier, Barton Science Industries, following the death of his mother in childbirth. Growing at an accelerated rate it begins to seem as if Martin is doomed to mutate into a horrific fly monster the same as his father.

Aérospatiale SA 341 Gazelle

Bartok's personal helicopter. When the film opens, the sound of its approaching rotor blades is made to sound like a buzzing fly, which turns into a normal helicopter sound as it actually appears onscreen. False registration N9747P.


Aérospatiale AS355 TwinStar

Seen with Bartok's Gazelle at the motel when the villains come to apprehend the cocooned Martin.


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