In this film one of the characters flies around the world in his gyroplane named "The Spirit of Brooklyn". A KELLETT K-3 AUTOGIRO NC12691 was used for filming. It was also used in the film "It Happened One Night".
Here is the first appearance of the Batgyro. Introduced in Detective Comics #31 this was Batman's first aircraft. It only made three appearances before being replaced by a more conventional fixed-wing aircraft.
One of the most famous Gyroplanes in media "Little Nellie" is a Ken Wallis WA-116. Piloted by Ken Wallis himself durring filming. Bond flies the aircraft blowing up the villians helicoptors. The gyroplane is shown on some of the posters and a toy was made shortly after.
The first film directed by aclaimed Japanese director Hayao Miyazaki. The evil Count of Cagliostro owns a custom gyroplane in his castle. The main characters later use it to escape the castle. This is the only animated film to have a gyroplane in it. It was even made into a toy which only released in Japan.
An autogyro was heavily featured in the second Mad Max film. It appeared in several scenes with its pilot, the Gyro Captain, as a major character. The pilot used in the flying sequences was Gerry Goodwin, doubling for the actor, Bruce Spence.