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George Michael<br>
George Michael (man)<br>
Lisa Stahl<br>
Lisa Stahl (girlfriend)<br>
Madeline Andrews-Hodge (other woman)<br>

Latest revision as of 23:24, 6 July 2020

George Michael: Careless Whisper single cover.

Video Clip (1984)

George Michael (man)
Lisa Stahl (girlfriend)
Madeline Andrews-Hodge (other woman)

A man cheats on his girlfriend, but she discovers that and leaves him. Filmed in Miami.

Grumman G-73T Mallard

Registration N2974, serial J-36, flying for Chalk's International Airlines. A turboprop engine conversion of the original G-73. See it other movies.

Grumman G-73T of Chalk's International Airlines.

Taking off at Miami Seaplane Base (IATA: MPB).

Grumman G-73T of Chalk's International Airlines.

Grumman G-111 Albatross

Although posing as the same aircraft as in other sequences of the clip, it is a actually a G-111, a civil conversion from HU-16 done by Chalk's International Airlines.

Grumman G-111 (HU-16) of Chalk's International Airlines.

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