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Dragnet movie poster.

Movie (1987)

Starring:
Dan Aykroyd (Sgt. Joe Friday)
Tom Hanks (Det. Pep Streebek)
Christopher Plummer (Rev. Jonathan Whirley)
Harry Morgan (Captain Bill Gannon)
Alexandra Paul (Connie Swail)
Jack O'Halloran (Emil Muzz)

A straight laced detective and his scruffy, laid-back partner must solve a serious of mysterious and related robberies committed by a group named PAGAN.

Learjet 24A

Used by Reverend Whirley to escape.
Registration N464CL and C/N 24A-096. Used in other movies see IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

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At Van Nuys Airport.

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At Van Nuys Airport.

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Dragnet Learjet 4.jpg

Northrop T-38 Talon

A jet (purportedly of the LAPD) used by Friday to pursue Whirley.

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Learjet 24 & Learjet 35

The two in the hangar behind the already posted 24.Van Nuys Airport.

Learjet 24 on the left, Learjet 35 on the right.

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