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Alarm title screen.

Movie (1941)
French title: Un crime stupéfiant

Starring:
Paul Klinger (Herbert Flügger)
Rolf Weih (Werner Blennemann)
Hilde Sessak (Helene Hoesch)
Maria von Tasnady (Vera Kaufmann)


(Synopsis needed)


Junkers Ju 52/3gme

Several are seen but the most identifiable is registered D-ASIS.

Alarm Ju52a.jpg

Registration D-ASIS, c/n 4074.

Reg.D-ASIS Junkers Ju 52/3gme Wilhelm Cuno of Deutsche Luft Hansa.

Douglas DC-3-268

Despite not fully visible, the only swedish registration which matches is SE-BAG, c/n 2132.
Built in 1939, the airplane was shot down by a Junkers Ju 88 of the Luftwaffe in 1943.

Reg.SE-BAG Douglas DC-3-268 Gripen of AB Aerotransport.

Junkers Ju 86 B

Alarm Ju86B.jpg

Junkers Ju 90

Alarm Ju90.jpg

Later on the poster, inside the theater.

Alarm Ju90 poster.jpg


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