Re: Star Trek TNG: The Mushroom Incident
The good old days, when you could innocently film at an airport without arousing suspicion. We didn't risk filming in the terminal though, since we obviously didn't have any permits being 17 year old kids.
Back then, there was an outdoor viewing area accessible through the terminal, where you could watch and photograph planes. I don't think they started cracking down on that sort of thing until the early 70s.
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