Mission: Impossible

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Mission: Impossible theatrical movie poster.

Movie (1996)

Tom Cruise (Ethan Hunt)
Jon Voight (Jim Phelps)
Emmanuelle Béart (Claire Phelps)
Henry Czerny (Eugene Kittridge)
Jean Reno (Franz Krieger)
Ving Rhames (Luther Stickell)

Ethan Hunt is framed as a mole when his team - including his superior, Jim Phelps - is killed in Prague. Along with Jim's widow, Claire, Ethan sets out to establish the identity of the people who set him up.

Also from this series:

Mission: Impossible II
Mission: Impossible III
Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol
Mission: Impossible 5
Mission: Impossible – Fallout

Aérospatiale AS355 Ecureuil 2

Kittridge and his assistant Barnes arrive in this helicopter.


Later, an AS355 is erroneously depicted in a news report about the MD 520N's crash. Possibly this is an in-story mistake made by the news (and thus deliberate by the filmmakers).


McDonnell Douglas Helicopter MD-520N NOTAR

This helicopter, flown by Krieger, is used extensively in the film's climax wherein it follows a train into a tunnel. It is destroyed when Ethan sticks exploding chewing gum on the windscreen.


Boeing 747-436

Boeing 747-436 of British Airways.

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