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Boeing 747 from the War of the Worlds (13 pics)

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Here is the Boeing 747 from the 2005 War of the Worlds movie. The plane was bought by Steven Spielberg for $2 million. Then it was demolished and left lying as if it fell down on the houses. Impressive.

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№1 Author: adzhoe (1 Apr 2013 06:15) Total user comments: 14959


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That movie set is part of the studio tour now at Universal Studios, Los Angeles. nice.
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№2 Author: Louie (1 Apr 2013 10:31) Total user comments: 8189


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cool
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№3 Author: mahedi (1 Apr 2013 18:04) Total user comments: 10772


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What a waste
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№4 Author: Lu (1 Apr 2013 19:38) Total user comments: 15082


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Spielberg is a genius.
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№5 Author: GabachoMike (7 Apr 2013 11:45) Total user comments: 215


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I've heard that when this was originally done, an actual NOTAM (NOtice To AirMen), was issued so that pilots wouldn't start reporting to BUR (Burbank/Bob Hope Airport), that a plane had gone down on approach.

Universal City is south of - yet within Burbank's airspace.
When winds are right, the flight pattern for the big commercial jets is changed - and the jets approach the airport by flying almost directly over the Universal Lot where this 'set-piece' is.
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