Godzilla vs. Destoroyah

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Gojira VS Desutoroiâ theatrical movie poster.

Movie (1995)
Japanese Title: ゴジラvsデストロイア (Gojira tai Desutoroia)
French title : Godzilla vs Destroyah

Starring:
Takurô Tatsumi (Dr. Kensaku Ijuin)
Yôko Ishino (Yukari Yamane)
Yasufumi Hayashi (Kenichi Yamane)
Megumi Odaka (Miki Saegusa)
Sayaka Osawa (Meru Ozawa)
Saburo Shinoda (Prof. Fukazawa)

Godzilla begins approaching a nuclear meltdown which will destroy the Earth if not contained. At the same time, after-effects from Dr. Serizawa's oxygen-destroyer, which killed the original Godzilla, mutate microscopic lifeforms into a single gigantic creature dubbed Destoroyah.

Also from this series:
Gojira/Godzilla films

Hughes 369E (500E)

G-Force helicopter used throughout the film by Miki. It is disintegrated by Destoroyah's micro-oxygen beam. Registration JA9418, Serial 0152E.

Reg. JA9418 Hughes 369E (500E).
Reg. JA9418 Hughes 369E (500E).
Reg. JA9418 Hughes 369E (500E).
Reg. JA9418 Hughes 369E (500E).

Boeing 747-400

Multiple 747-400s of various airlines are seen landing at or parked at Hong Kong Kai Tak International Airport and Haneda Airport. One 747-467 of Cathay Pacific very nearly crashes into Godzilla when he menaces Kai Tak.

Boeing 747-438 of Qantas.
Boeing 747-438 of Qantas.
Boeing 747-438 of Qantas.
Boeing 747-244 (foreground) and 747-467 (background) of Suid Afrikaanse Lugdiens and Cathay Pacific.

Boeing 747-346

Registration JA8179, c/n 23640/668. On approach to Hong Kong Kai Tak International Airport.

Reg. JA8179 Boeing 747-346 of JAL-Japan Air Lines.

Kawasaki P-3C Orion

Described as a "flying laboratory" equipped with sophisticated monitoring equipment, this plane is used by G-Force to study Godzilla from a safe distance. Serial 5029, c/n 9026 of Japanese Maritime Self-Defense Force.

Kawasaki P-3C Orion of Japanese Maritime Self-Defense Force.
Kawasaki P-3C Orion of Japanese Maritime Self-Defense Force.
Kawasaki P-3C Orion of Japanese Maritime Self-Defense Force.

Bell UH-1 Iroquois

Japanese military helicopter used to track Godzilla in the sea for the "flying laboratory."

Destroyah15.jpg

Aérospatiale AS350B Ecureuil

News helicopter. Registration JA9309, Serial 1527.

Reg. JA9309 Aérospatiale AS350B Ecureuil.
Reg. JA9309 Aérospatiale AS350B Ecureuil.
Reg. JA9309 Aérospatiale AS350B Ecureuil.
Reg. JA9309 Aérospatiale AS350B Ecureuil.

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