I can't think about any RELEVANT film, only AIRPORT
, but it happens mainly at ORD, I think. Anyway, do not trust too much the film sound: I have heard air-to-air shots in old films, and they dubbed DC8s and 707s with... PROP SOUND!!!!
If you will to have a good impression of how D8s and 707s sounded, I suggest you to go to a good spotting point, or to any airport where you can stay at the end of the taking off runway, so where the planes overfly you just after T/O. Then you just have to wait for any Boeing 727, or the -200 issue of the 737, and you'll be able to listen to the magnificient “music” (too, good, for me, though “politically not correct” )
produced by the un-silented turbines of the earliest jet age. If you were lucky enough, you could also listen to some of the real 707 or D8, still used by some cargo companies. I suggest you to inform yourself at your airport. The movie sound has absolutely nothing to do with anything. Except if you have a specialized sound effect record and a 5-channel Dolby Sorround Pro-Logic sound system.The record is quite easy to find at any serious music shop in CD format, and CD price (or not too more expensive). They usually have one or two tracks having to do with take-offs or cruising. Maybe you're able to find a good airplane-specialized one... The sound decodifier is another (money) history.