The Bodyguard

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Theatrical poster for The Bodyguard.

Movie (1992)

Kevin Costner (Frank Farmer)
Whitney Houston (Rachel Marron)
Gary Kemp (Sy Spector)
Bill Cobbs (Bill Devaney)
Ralph White (Herb Farmer)

A former US Secret Service agent falls for his new protectee but his job is all but simple with attempts to please family, friends and collegues whilst keeping her safe from those who want to harm her.

Aérospatiale AS350 AStar

Miami press corps.


Beechcraft 350 Super King Air

Used by Marron right at the end.

BG350 2.jpg

Cessna 172P Skyhawk & Bellanca 7GCBC Citabria

Many aircraft can be seen in the the airfield seen at the end. Here two particular aircraft can be identified as a Cessna 172P skyhawk (Reg. N54413, serial 74970)
and a Bellanca 7GCBC Citabria (Reg N50443, serial 1128-79).


Beechcraft Model 18H


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