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Poster for X-Men.

Movie (2000)

Hugh Jackman (Logan/Wolverine)
Patrick Stewart (Prof. Charles Xavier)
Ian McKellen (Erik Lehnsherr/Magneto)
Anna Paquin (Marie D'Ancanto / Rogue)
Halle Berry (Ororo Munroe/Storm)
Famke Janssen (Dr. Jean Grey)

Two mutants come to a private academy for their kind whose resident superhero team must oppose a terrorist organization with similar powers.

Also from this series:
X-Men series

Avro Lancaster B Mk X & North American B-25J-35-NC Mitchell

A pair of airworthy vintage aircraft visible in this brief scene filmed at the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum at John C. Munro Hamilton International Airport in Hamilton, Ontario.
The wing closer to the camera belongs to Avro Lancaster X FM213 (civil registration C-GVRA, c/n 3414 built in 1945), one of two airworthy Lancasters in the world.
In the hanger is B-25J Mitchell 45-8883 (civil registration C-GCWM, c/n 108-47734 built in 1945).


Bell 222

False registration N1972J (most recently belonged to a Piper PA-46).

XM222 2.jpg

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