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Out of the Hive 

Helicopter pilot Ed, electronics expert Ros Henderson and government agent Nick Beckett find themselves working together in an attempt to prevent the theft of a powerful satellite device from a government agency.

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Jaye Griffiths ...
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William Chubb ...
John Cottrell
Brana Bajic ...
Elena Johnson
Michael Attwell ...
Alan Moore
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Charlie Caine ...
Ballantyne
Jonathan McKenna ...
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Robin Bowerman ...
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Ted Maynard ...
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Jeff Harding ...
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Sam James ...
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Storyline

Helicopter pilot Ed has been hired by government agency 'The Hive' to deliver a top secret satellite device, powerful enough to control half the world's satellite communications. However, Ed is attacked mid-flight by armed men in a black helicopter, who attempt to take the device by force. Meanwhile, Hive agent Nick Beckett has information that someone in the agency is working against them. He contacts electronics expert Ros Henderson for help, but before they can meet, Beckett is framed for stealing classified tapes. Fleeing from the Hive, Beckett must work together with Ros and Ed to clear his name and expose the real criminals within the agency. Written by Anonymous

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Action | Crime | Sci-Fi

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1 April 1995 (UK)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Trivia

Ed's helicopter is a Hughes 369E (better known as Hughes 500). See more »

Goofs

During the helicopter chase, as both helicopters fly down towards the boats on the river, a third camera helicopter comes down into the top left of the shot for a few seconds. See more »

Quotes

Dent: ...'S.A.C.R.O.S'. She jams satellites, calls them up, and won't let go.
Nicholas Beckett: "S.A.C.R.O.S"? Why "S.A.C.R.O.S"? It sounds like some Greek island.
Dent: "Satellite And Communication Remote Override System".
Nicholas Beckett: I think I'll stick to "S.A.C.R.O.S".
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