The Frozen Ground

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The Frozen Ground poster.

Movie (2013)
French title : Suspect
Québec title : De sang-froid

Nicolas Cage (Jack Halcombe)
John Cusack (Robert Hansen)
Vanessa Hudgens (Cindy Paulson)
50 Cent (Clate Johnson)

In 1983, an Alaska State Trooper partners with a young woman who escaped the clutches of serial killer Robert Hansen to bring the murderer to justice. Based on actual events.

Bell 206L LongRanger

False registration N83146, which belongs to a Bell 206B.

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Piper PA-18 Super Cub

False registration N3089W, which belongs to a Cessna 208B. However, the plane type is accurate to that used by Robert Hansen.
At Merrill Field (MRI/PAMR) in Anchorage, Alaska.

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Boeing 747-48EF

Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport (ANC/PANC). Anachronistic, as Asiana was not formed until 1988.

Boeing 747-48EF of Asiana Airlines Cargo.

Boeing 737-790 & Boeing 737-490

Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport (ANC/PANC).
Line of Alaska Airlines 737s. Left to right: registration N619AS, 737-790 c/n 30164/597 built in 2000; registration N622AS, 737-790 c/n 30165/661 built in 2000; registration N793AS, 737-490 c/n 28888/2990 built in 1998. All three were built after 1983, the year the movie is set in.

Boeing 737-790s and Boeing 737-490 of Alaska Airlines.

Boeing 747-467

Supposedly at Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport (ANC/PANC), though as far as I can tell Cathay Pacific did not fly passenger 747s here. Additionally, the variant and livery are both anachronistic; Cathay Pacific did not start flying 747-400s until 1989, and the "brushwing" livery was not introduced until the early 1990s.

Boeing 747-467 of Cathay Pacific.

Cessna A185F Skywagon

Registration N93323, c/n 185-03220 built in 1976. At Merrill Field (MRI/PAMR).

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Bell 212

Registration N16973, c/n 30882 built in 1978.

Reg. N16973 Bell 212 of Evergreen Helicopters.
Reg. N16973 Bell 212 of Evergreen Helicopters.
Reg. N16973 Bell 212 of Evergreen Helicopters.

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