The Manhattan Project

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The Manhattan Project poster.

Movie (1986)
French title : Le projet Manhattan

Christopher Collet (Paul Stephens)
John Lithgow (John Mathewson)
John Mahoney (Lt. Col. Conroy)
Jill Eikenberry (Elizabeth Stephens)

A high school prodigy builds an atomic bomb with stolen plutonium to win the 45th National Science Fair and expose a nuclear weapons lab posing as nuclear medicine in Ithaca NY.

Aérospatiale AS355 TwinStar

TMP heliii1.5.jpg
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Bell 206L-1 LongRanger II & Bell 222A

In the foreground, Bell 206L registration N5735B, c/n 45450.
In the background on the right, Bell 222 registration N1072F, c/n 47014. Belonging to Pan Am Shuttle (Omniflight Helicopters).
At the East 60th Street Heliport (also known as the Pan Am Metroport) in Manhattan. This heliport was closed in 1998.

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