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Jurassic Park - Seat Assignments
When Mr. Hammond, Malcolm, the lawyer and the two paleantologists are first flying in to Jurrasic Park on the helicoptor, Mr. Hammond is sitting next to the door facing the rear of the helicoptor, Laura Dern and Sam Neil sitting next to him. Malcolm (Jeff Goldblum) is sitting directly across from him facing the front of the helicoptor and closest to the door, the lawyer next to him. When they land, Mr. Hammond is the first to get out and is now seated facing the front of the helicoptor and the lawyer is now directly across from him. The scene cuts away before we see Malcolm or the two scientists get out.
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EricKoch on 01-06-2000
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Falcon_D1 writes:
also in that scene notice how the helicopter comes to a full stop toward the edge of the landing pad, but when they get out the chopper is dead center.
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LadyShadow writes:
Actually, Hammond looked out of the window to say : "there it is" FORWARD, so the water effect was the thing that was wrong. Second: how can a helecopter land with no skids. In the picture where they fly in front of all the grren land, you can't see ANY skids.
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paranoid_android writes:
The helicopter probably had retractable landing gear in the underbelly.
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Useless writes:
The reason the helicopter has no skids is that it has retractable wheels. The helicopter is a Dauphin, the type of helicopter that is used by the US Coast Guard and the Maryland State Police.
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