Category:Capelis XC-12

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Capelis XC-12 seen in Flying Tigers (1942).

Socrates H. Capelis drew a unorthodox plane in 1930. A less radical design by Dr. John E. Younger featured all-metal construction, and was built in 1933 as an all-metal low-wing, retractable gear twin engine airliner with a triple vertical stabilizer supporting a dual (biplane arrangement) horizontal stabilizer.
On April 15, 1938, the XC-12 suffered minor damages from a forced landing after running out of fuel over Fresno, California. This single aircraft was bought by RKO in March 1939. He then started a movie career in fifteen films until 1950.

This page lists all films that feature the Capelis XC-12.

See also

Pages in category "Capelis XC-12"

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