Larry Hagman (Sam Hooten)
Susan Anspach (Chris Butler)
James Gammon (Frank Kitchens)
Michael C. Gwynne (John Zervasco)
José Chávez (Station Attendant)
Jack Dunlap (Mickey)
Helicopter pilot Sam finds himself up against a ruthless gang of drug dealers.
Reg. N4EE, Serial 113-0537S.
Sam's helicopter used throughout the movie. It takes a lot of punishment before being finally brought down by gunfire. Sam manages to land the disabled chopper safely, though.
Used by Zervasco's henchmen throughout the movie. One is Reg. N62345 s/n 2407 (even though Sam claims the numbers have been painted out), the second (not shown) is Reg. N62250 s/n 2334 (Same aircraft in other works at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft (Civil Fixed-Wing)). The red one is accidentally disabled by gunfire from the gray one; the gray one crashes into a cliff.
Reg. N39097 Bell 206B JetRanger c/n 3286. Chases Sam and Chris at the border. Chris disables it with a flare gun.
Reg. N341BB Sud-Aviation SA 341G Gazelle s/n 1145.
Zervasco's helicopter. Sam steals it after his Hughes is shot down by climbing aboard it in mid-flight and throwing Zervasco and his pilot out.
Reg. N4766V Stearman Boeing E75 PT-13D c/n 755488 (former 42-17325 when on duty with the USAAF) is acting as Sam's biplane and flown by his old war buddy Frank at the climax.
Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft (Civil Fixed-Wing).
Reg. N67957 Stearman-Boeing A75N1 c/n 753717 (built in 1942 for the U.S. Nayy as a N2S-4 BuNo. 37980).
Reg. N75009, c/n 75009 built in 1936 for the United States Army Air Corps as PT-13. Was registered as N62546 during the 1970s.