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Telefon movie poster.

Movie (1977)

Charles Bronson (Maj. Grigori Borzov)
Lee Remick (Barbara)
Donald Pleasence (Nicolai Dalchimsky)
Tyne Daly (Dorothy Putterman)
Alan Badel (Col. Malchenko)
Patrick Magee (Gen. Strelsky)

Soviet KGB agent Grigori Borzov is assigned to stop Nicolai Dalchimsky, a rogue Stalinist opposed to peace talks between Russia and the United States, from implementing a fiendish plan to "activate" brainwashed Soviet deep cover agents in the US via the telephone.

Bell 206A JetRanger

Helicopter belonging to Carl Hassler, one of the brainwashed Soviet agents. He tries to use it to do a suicide attack against a US Navy radar installation, but is blown out of the sky.
Registration N4018G, c/n 278.

Reg. N4018G Bell 206 JetRanger.
Reg. N4018G Bell 206 JetRanger.
Reg. N4018G Bell 206 JetRanger.
Reg. N4018G Bell 206 JetRanger.

Aérospatiale SA 313 Alouette II

"Soviet" helicopter which flies Malchenko to recruit Borzov.

Aérospatiale SA 313 Alouette II.
Aérospatiale SA 313 Alouette II.

Boeing 707-300

Borzov arrives in Canada aboard this passenger jet.

Boeing 707-300.

Learjet 24B

Private plane rented by Borzov and his American contact, Barbara.
Registration N33BK (although in the film it's missing the "N"), c/n 24B-196.

Reg. N33BK Learjet 24B.
Reg. N33BK Learjet 24B.
Reg. N33BK Learjet 24B.

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