Scenes for the 1999 movie "Search for the Snow Leopard" were filmed at the airport on what was supposed to be a quiet day.
The movie didn't share an audience with Disney's new cartoon: "Snow Leopard" is an adult film.
Disney animators visited
A helicopter displays the number 310 in the "Planes" film, just like chopper 310 based at
An adult film crew paid a visit to
The production company obtained film permits and leased facilities, including a hangar where sex scenes were shot.
To the dismay of the film's producers, the airport turned out to be far from quiet. The night before the filming, fire broke out in a hangar. The airport swarmed with fire investigators and firefighters when the production company arrived.
"Snow Leopard" was considered a high-production film and was created at a cost of about
The only visible outdoor nudity was when still photographs were taken of an actress. Security guards kept gawkers away.
The film turned out to be a hit in the adult genre.
Don't worry. The pilot and skydivers were clothed.
SMOKEY BEARHAVING A BIRTHDAY
The honor of the presence of fans of
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"It will be good for Smokey," said
I always feel like calling the wildfire-prevention mascot Smokey the Bear. Desrocher was pleased when I told her I would call him the proper
"It's not Santa the Claus or Easter the Bunny," she said.
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