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Promotional poster for True Lies.

Movie (1994)

Starring:
Arnold Schwarzenegger (Harry Tasker)
Jamie Lee Curtis (Helen Tasker)
Tom Arnold (Albert Gibson)
Bill Paxton (Simon)
Tia Carrere (Juno Skinner)
Art Malik (Salim Abu Aziz)

Harry Tasker is a deep cover government agent, who struggles to balance both his work and family. However when one case requires a lot more than he bargained for both work and family merge into one.

Boeing 767-223/ER

Passenger jet. Harry flies back to Washington from Switzerland aboard it.

Boeing 767-223/ER of American Airlines.

Bell 206B JetRanger II

Government helicopter used to follow Simon and Helen. Reg. N830RC, Serial 1801.
Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

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Grumman G-1159 Gulfstream II

Juno's private jet.
At Van Nuys Airport.

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Aérospatiale AS350B Ecureuil

Takes the captured Harry and Helen to the Crimson Jihad's island. Later, it engages in a midair battle with Harry's Harrier and is destroyed when Harry fires a missile (with Aziz hanging onto it!) into it. Reg. N5774J (now belongs to an AS350D AStar).

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Bell 212

Gib shows up in this helicopter to "save" Harry. Used by him and Harry to direct the actions of the Harriers. Reg. N2768N.

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Bell 206L LongRanger

Second helicopter which accompanies Gib's Bell 212. Reg. N16EA.

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McDonnell Douglas AV-8B Harrier II

Two of these are used extensively near the end of the movie. First, the Marines use them to take out the Crimson Jihad trucks, directed by Harry and Gib from their Bell 212, and later Harry commandeers one and uses it to rescue his daughter. WP-03 has Serial 163206 and WP-16 has serial 162946.

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WP-16, 162946.
WP-03, 163206.
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