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F-117 footage

Probably the same as in Storm Catcher (the screenshots uploaded by Kooshmeister echo in my memory several scenes from this movie, despite what the pictures put in this page could make you think).
The both seems to be extract from a P.R. movie of the Air Force...
LVCDC 27 September 2012

  • I'd believe it, since this movie also swipes footage from Delta Force 2. Why would they stop with just one movie? Kooshmeister 15:24, 27 September 2012 (MDT)


Gone in Sixty Seconds says it crashed while filming and yet that was a year prior to Venomous. Were the scenes with N410JC filmed prior to the freeway scene in the other film, or did "N410JC" get reassigned to a different AS350? It seems the latter, since this one is an AS350B3 and the one in Gone in Sixty Seconds is an AS350BA. Kooshmeister 15:30, 27 September 2012 (MDT)