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Prime Target movie poster.

Movie (1991)

Starring:
David Heavener (Detective John Bloodstone)
Tony Curtis (Marietta Copella)
Issac Hayes (Captain Tompkins)
Robert Reed (Agent Harrington)
Andrew Robinson (The Commissioner)
Jenilee Harrison (Kathy Bloodstone)

John Bloodstone is an uncompromising Detective who takes no prisoners. When his violent methods earn him suspension he is offered a job transporting and protecting mafia informer Marietta Copella on his journey to court where he is to make his testimony. However, Bloodstone and Copella soon find themselves the target of a number of criminals and corrupt individuals out to kill them both in order to prevent them completing their journey.

Republic XF-84H "Thunderscreech"

Briefly seen after Bloodstone lands at Meadows Field Airport in Bakersfield. Two XF-84H prototypes were made and this one (Serial # 51-17059, FS-059) was mounted on a pole outside the airport in Bakersfield until it's removal in 1992. It currently resides at the National Museum of the United States Air Force.

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