Danger: Diabolik

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Danger: Diabolik movie poster.

Movie (1969)

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.


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.


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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