Danger: Diabolik

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Danger: Diabolik movie poster.

Movie (1969)

Starring:
John Phillip Law (Diabolik)
Marisa Mell (Eva Kant)
Michael Piccoli (Inspector Ginko)
Adolfo Celi (Ralph Valmont)
Cladio Gora (Police Chief)
Mario Donen (Sgt. Danek)

Master thief Diabolik plots to steal a priceless emerald necklace as the police are forced to cooperate with crime lord Valmont to find and arrest him.

Bell 47 J-2 Ranger

The first of two police helicopters which pursues Diabolik's black Jaguar after he robs the money convoy in the film's opening sequence.

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Bell 47G

Second of the police helicopters that chases Diabolik's Jaguar. Interestingly, insert shots of the actors depict the doorless 47 J-2 above and not this copter.

Diabolik2.jpg

Fokker F27-200 Friendship

Valmont's private plane, equipped with an onboard trapdoor to drop people to their death while in flight. Blows up after Diabolik plants a bomb aboard it.

Fokker F-27-200 Friendship of ATI-Aero Trasporti Italiani.


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