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Будни (Budni) title screen.

Movie (1940)
Russian title : Будни
French title : Jours ouvrables (?)
English title : Black-letter Days (?)

Starring:
B. Terentiev (Nicolaï Slavin)
Galina Sergeyeva (Elena Slavina)
I. Novoseltsev (Zubov, the reckless pilot)
M. Derzhavin (Vasyanin)

(Synopsis needed)


Laville PS-89

Reg. СССР-Л2146 / SSSR-L2146 Laville PS-89 serial number 898 was the last one of a set of only seven production airframes.
Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft (civil section).

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Engine just stopped, the pilot removes his ear plug. Note the Aeroflot title and the pilot's white shoe :

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Takeoff :

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The cockpit :

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In the background, a ground personnel is loading luggage in the nose compartment :

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The small access door so different of the one shown in the 2005 TV series ! (Master i Margarita).

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Polikarpov U-2

Background :

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Main :

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Reg. СССР-Л192 / SSSR-L192 Polikarpov U-2 c/n 0185 first used by Zubov for a first flight, some aerobatics and eventually a crash in the swamp !

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What a surprise to see her flying again during the airshow !

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Polikarpov U-2 AP

Reg. СССР-A1064 / SSSR-A1064 Polikarpov U-2 AP c/n 14237.

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Reg. СССР-A976 / SSSR-A976 Polikarpov U-2 AP c/n 12159.

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Polikarpov U-2 SP

Reg. СССР-Л3126 / SSSR-L3126 Polikarpov U-2 SP c/n 14379 (or 14279 ?).

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Reg. СССР-Л3129 / SSSR-L3129 Polikarpov U-2 SP c/n 14282.

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Kalinin K-5

On the left far background.
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Douglas DC-3-260

Reg. CCCP-Л3403 (SSSR-L3403) Douglas DC-3-260 c/n 2096, bought in the USA. To Aeroflot in June 1939, later named PS-84 (when fitted with new engines ?).

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With Stal-3 (left border) in the distance.

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Polikarpov U-2 S

(bottom right) Two Polikarpov U-2 S at the lineup's end.

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Polikarpov R-5

Seen by a nightly and foggy hour.

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Putilov Stal-3

Seen by a nightly and foggy hour.

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Tupolev ANT-6

Tupolev ANT-6 is the manufacturer name but the single buyer, the Soviet Air Force named it TB-3. In 1940, the type was in a process of retirement (despite still playing a main role in July 1941 !). Airframes were actually converted to passenger and cargo transport for Aeroflot and rename as Tupolev G-2. This only sight with such a blurred shape couldn't help to say exactly which variant.

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Yakovlev UT-2

Wearing the Aeroflot title.

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Poster

Wallpaper inside the airport terminal with what seems a Douglas DC-3 or a Lisunov Li-2 with a map of air routes.

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Places

Airport of Kiev-Brovary which was the place where Istrebiteli was filmed the previous year. German army offensive totally destroyed it in 1941 and after the war, a new place was held for the next airport.
Just before the touch down of the Laville PS-89 in front of some Polikarpov U-2s and other passenger aircraft.

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Another outstanding place (despite still unidentified). Seen during the paradropping demo at the airshow.

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Autogiro

Seems closest to the Cierva C.30 than any Soviet indigenous design.

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But the shadow is a desk model of the Laville PS-89 :

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