Death Journey

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Movie (1976)

Fred Williamson (Jesse Crowder)
Bernard Kirby (Finley)
Art Maier (District Att'y Virgil Riley)
Lou Bedford (Assistant D.A. Jonas)

Fearful that their star witness might be murdered, two attorneys hire a protector to bring him from Los Angeles to New York.

Boeing 727-31

Boeing 727-31 of TWA-Trans World Airlines.
Boeing 727-31 of TWA-Trans World Airlines.
Boeing 727-31 of TWA-Trans World Airlines.

Boeing 727-231

Boeing 727-231 of TWA-Trans World Airlines.
Boeing 727-231 of TWA-Trans World Airlines.

Convair 990A Coronado

Convair 990A Coronado of Modern Air.

Boeing 737-222

Wearing the mid-70's Friend Ship livery, with thick red line under the main blue stripe, United in roundish font and four stars.

Boeing 737-222 of United Airlines.

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