Gone in Sixty Seconds

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This page is about the 2000 film, Gone in Sixty Seconds. For the 1974 original, see Gone in 60 Seconds.

Theatrical poster for Gone in Sixty Seconds.

Movie (2000)

Starring:
Nicholas Cage (Randall 'Memphis' Raines)
Giovanni Ribisi (Kip Raines)
Robert Duvall (Otto Halliwell)
Will Patton (Atley Jackson)
Delroy Lindo (Det. Roland Castleback)

A retired car thief comes back for one last boost to save his brother. As well as rejoining old friends, he reconnects with old foes - police who are hot on his heels.

Bell 206L LongRanger

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Aérospatiale AS350BA AStar

Registration N410JC. Actual aircraft crashed whilst filming over a freeway.
Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

N410JC.
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'Its an AStar, not an Apache!'
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De Havilland Canada DHC-7-102 'Dash 7'

Appears to be operated by Farwest Airlines. Either N703MG or N701AC. Landing at Los Angeles International Airport.

Can just be seen just about to touch down.


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