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)

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


Aérospatiale AS350BA AStar

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

60AS350 2.jpg
'Its an AStar, not an Apache!'
60AS350 4.jpg

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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