Cry Vengeance

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Cry Vengeance movie poster.

Movie (1954)

Starring:
Mark Stevens (Vic Barron)
Martha Hyer (Peggy Harding)
Skip Homeier (Roxey Davis)
Joan Vohs (Lily Arnold)
Douglas Kennedy (Tino Morelli)
Cheryl Callaway (Marie Morelli)

Violent ex-cop Vic Barron comes to Ketchikan, Alaska seeking revenge on an old enemy.

Douglas DC-6B

Registration N6538C, c/n 43838.

Reg. N6538C Douglas DC-6B Clipper Northwind of PAA-Pan American World Airways.
Reg. N6538C Douglas DC-6B Clipper Northwind of PAA-Pan American World Airways.
Reg. N6538C Douglas DC-6B Clipper Northwind of PAA-Pan American World Airways.
Reg.N6538C Douglas DC-6B Clipper Northwind of PAA-Pan American World Airways.

Douglas DC-6

Short fuselage DC-6, delivered to UA in the late 40’s.

Douglas DC-6 of United Air Lines.
Douglas DC-6 of United Air Lines.

Boeing 377-10-26 Stratocruiser

In its earlier PAA’s livery, silver finish, white letters over blue stripe and big US flag on the tail fin.

Boeing 377 Stratocruiser of PAA-Pan American World Airways.

Grumman JRF-5 Goose

Founded as Ellis Air Transport in 1936, then Ellis Air Lines in 1945 till 1962 when the company merged with Alaska Coastal Airlines into Alaska Coastal-Ellis Airlines. They used several ex US Navy and US Coast Guard Grumman Goose. Though black&white shots are rather well matching for “film noir” in an esthetical way, it’s a pity to not see the beautiful colour these Gooses worn. See discussion page.

Grumman JRF-5 Goose of Ellis Air Lines.
Grumman JRF-5 Goose of Ellis Air Lines.
Grumman JRF-5 Goose of Ellis Air Lines.
Grumman JRF-5 Goose of Ellis Air Lines.

Cessan 170B

In 1954, it can be a Cessna 170 or a Cessna 180 Skywagon. Impossible to be sure without a view of the tail fin.

Cessna 170 or 180 Skywagon.

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