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I just saw the movie "Zodiac" this afternoon. For those who haven't seen it, it covers the Zodiac serial killer of the San Francisco Bay area, and cartoonist/ author Robert Graysmith's (played by Jake Gyllenhaal) 20-year research to try to help solve the crime. Decent but not great movie. I don't think I'll give any spoilers by noting the following.
At one point in the film, a police detective interviews a Zodiac attack survivor who is a staffer of some sort--appears to be a ramper--at ONT. They introduce the scene, which takes place in 1991, with a closeup aerial shot of ONT's old terminal. They did use the actual old ONT terminal, and they also film a shot in its actual old ticket lobby.
But...the "1991" aerial has a real howler. Alongside two WN 737's in the correct paint scheme of the time (the mustard color adopted in the early 80's) the producers show three United a/c (I think 2 727's and a 737) in early-70's blue-star livery. D'oh! The UA a/c are at the right gates, around 6-7, but they show the WN a/c around 8-9, which I think is wrong; all shots of ONT I've seen from the 90's show WN around 13-14.
They got the clothes and cars mostly right for the various 70's and 80's scenes in the film, but they just get partial credit for the portrayal of ONT.