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Tom-Yum-Goong theatrical movie poster.

Movie (2005)
English title: The Protector

Starring:
Tony Jaa (Kham)
Petchtai Wongkamlao (Mark)
Bongkoj Khongmalai (Pla)
Xing Jing (Madame Rose)
Nathan Jones (T.K.)
Johnny Nguyen (Johnny)

A Thai man named Kham is assigned to look after two elephants, an adult and an infant, who are descended from the great war elephants of kings. Poachers kidnap the elephants and sell them to a woman named Madame Rose, who owns a restaurant in Australia that slaughters rare and exotic animals for wealthy clientele to eat. Fearful that this is the fate in store for his beloved elephants, Kham, a trained fighter, journeys to the Land Down Under to get them back and undo the evil organization's illegal trafficking in endangered species.

Bell 206 JetRanger

Used by the gangsters in the boat chase. Kham destroys it by ramping the speedboat he's in into the low-flying helicopter (similar to Live Free or Die Hard). The helicopter appears to be entirely CGI.

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Eurocopter SA/AS365 Dauphin 2

Madame Rose attempts to escape in this helicopter after her final fight with Kham, however she is only able to grab the open door as it lifts off, and Kham jumps after her and kicks her off of the helicopter. Like the JetRanger it is an all-CGI copter.

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Boeing 747-4D7

Registration is either HS-TGJ or HS-TGO, both having worn this "Royal Barge" livery. It has "APEC Thailand 2003" sticker commemory of the event organized in Bangkok on October 2003, 15th meeting location of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation.

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Boeing 747-4D7 Royal Barge of Thai Airways International.

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