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From The Internet Movie Plane Database
U.S. title : The Invaders
Richard George (Kommandant Bernsdorff)
Eric Portman (Lieutenant Hirth)
Raymond Lovell (Lieutenant Kuhnecke)
Niall MacGinnis (Vogel)
Peter Moore (Kranz)
John Chandos (Lohrmann)
A Nazi U-boat attempts to sneak up on a small Canadian village. They are spotted and destroyed by bomber planes, but not before six men escape to the shore. These men now have to find a way to get back home without being captured.
These are the bombers which sank the Nazi U-37 Submarine.
This is the floatplane the Germans took over to get back home.
Registration CF-BJE, serial no. 1203.
Same aircraft also seen in The Saint (TV Series) - IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.
This is the plane the Germans crashed. Odd that it has a completely different registration. CF-A.