Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull

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Theatrical poster for Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull.

Movie (2008)

Harrison Ford (Indiana Jones)
Cate Blanchett (Irina Spalko)
Karen Allen (Marion Ravenwood)
Shia LaBeouf (Mutt Williams)
Ray Winstone ('Mac' George Michale)
John Hurt (Professor Oxley)

When an old friend of Jones is kidnapped he travels to Peru following his clues to find a mythical object which has the potential for tremendous power. Along the way he is reunited with old friends and new foes, all with different agendas.

Also from this series:

Raiders of the Lost Ark
Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom
Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade

Douglas DC-3A-228F

Registration NC33613 was an actual aircraft operated by Pan American Airways System. Built in 1941, its last registration was XC-BNO.

Reg. NC33613 Douglas DC-3A-228F in PAA-Pan American Airways System livery.
Reg. NC33613 Douglas DC-3A-228F in PAA-Pan American Airways System livery.

Antonov An-2

Apparent false registration N48550, Pan American Grace Airways never operated the An-2. In fact, the use of this aircraft is completely impossible in 1957, as the An-2 is a Soviet-produced aircraft. In reality, this aircraft should have also been a DC-3, or even a Grumman G-21 Goose or Consolidated PBY Catalina.

False Reg. N48550 Antonov An-2 in fake PAA-Pan American Grace Airways.
Flying over the Nazca lines, Peru. In reality the lines are nowhere near this close.

Antonov An-12

CGI adaptation of the An-12. Some quite significant differences, especially with the engines, but the basic structure is identifiable. Possibly a ficticious aircraft representing the Soviet Air Force, as the AN-12 was had not yet been adopted by the Soviet Air Force.


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