Lethal Weapon 4

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Lethal Weapon 4 movie poster.

Movie (1998)
French title : L'arme fatale 4

Mel Gibson (Martin Riggs)
Danny Glover (Roger Murtaugh)
Joe Pesci (Leo Getz)
Rene Russo (Lorna Cole)
Chris Rock (Det. Lee Butters)
Jet Li (Wah Sing Ku)

Riggs and Murtaugh are promoted to Captain in attempt to stem their work on the streets, and get the department it's insurance back. But when Roger takes in some unlikely guests his and Riggs' family yet again become targets, this time for the Chinese Triad. Joined by the new kid on the block, they hunt down the Triads and stumble across a fake money scam to pay for the release of the Triad leaders.

Also from this series:

Lethal Weapon
Lethal Weapon 2
Lethal Weapon 3

Bell 206 JetRanger

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Aérospatiale HH-65A Dolphin

Serial 6581.

Hovering above USCG Cutter.

Boeing 727

At Van Nuys Airport.


Aero L-39 Albatros


Boeing 707

This is supposed to be the cockpit of the Boeing 727, but the dials and thrust levers reveal it to be a four engined Boeing 707.

LW4707 2.jpg

Eurocopter AS355 TwinStar

Mocked up in fake LAPD Aviation markings.

LW4AS355 2.jpg
LW4AS355 3.jpg

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