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*Russell's alien abduction story is never made quite clear on whether his claims were a real experience or his own delusion. The [[ID4: Independence Day (Marvel Comics)|Marvel comic-book version]] however indicates that his abduction was real and that he was abducted by the same aliens that would arrive in force in 1996. In the novelization, Russell sees the alien captured by Steve Hiller and was unable to recognize it as the same creatures who abducted him, which left him doubting about his abduction. However, he only saw the creature's bio-suit, which in fact contains an alien that is described to be identical as his abductors.
 
*Russell's alien abduction story is never made quite clear on whether his claims were a real experience or his own delusion. The [[ID4: Independence Day (Marvel Comics)|Marvel comic-book version]] however indicates that his abduction was real and that he was abducted by the same aliens that would arrive in force in 1996. In the novelization, Russell sees the alien captured by Steve Hiller and was unable to recognize it as the same creatures who abducted him, which left him doubting about his abduction. However, he only saw the creature's bio-suit, which in fact contains an alien that is described to be identical as his abductors.
   
*Russel's biplane, a Boeing-Stearman PT-17, was the only actual flying airplane seen in ''Independence Day'' as all the other fighter jets, airliners and other planes were either mockups, models or digital creations.
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*Russel's biplane was the only actual flying airplane seen in ''Independence Day'' as all the other fighter jets, airliners and other planes were either mockups, models or digital creations.
   
 
*The explosion that Russell caused by flying into the weapon was the same explosion effect used for the destruction of the Empire State Building. The VFX-Team just turned the effect upside down.
 
*The explosion that Russell caused by flying into the weapon was the same explosion effect used for the destruction of the Empire State Building. The VFX-Team just turned the effect upside down.
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