Pressure Point

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Pressure Point poster.

Movie (1997)

Don Mogavero (Sebastian Dellacourt)
Steve Railsback (Arno Taylor)
Larry Linville (Neil Kennedy)
Linda Ljoka (Samantha Cole)

Deadly government assassin Sebastian Dellacourt botches a job and ends up in prison. His only way out is to do one final job and infiltrate a dangerous militia led by delusional Arno Taylor, who wants to overthrow the US government.

McDonnell Douglas MD-80

McDonnell Douglas MD-80 of Delta Air Lines.

Boeing 737-2A6

Registration CC-CYR, c/n 20195/205 built in 1969. Destroyed on 17 May 1999 when a fuel tank burst during refueling.

Reg. CC-CYR Boeing 737-2A6 of Ladeco.

Boeing 747-256B

Boeing 747-256B of Iberia.

Aérospatiale Alouette II


Unidentified Aircraft


Beechcraft King Air


Bell 206 JetRanger


Enstrom F-28F Falcon

Registration N8627J, c/n 760.


Sikorsky MH-53E Sea Dragon


Various Aircraft

In the background, a DC-9 or MD-80 of Northwest Airlines, two tails of Continental Airlines, and a Boeing 727 of Delta Air Lines.
In the foreground, an unidentified prop plane.


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