Enigma (1982)

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Enigma DVD cover.

Movie (1982)

Starring:
Martin Sheen (Alex Holbeck)
Brigitte Fossey (Karen Reinhardt)
Sam Neill (Dimitri Vasilikov)
Derek Jacobi (Kurt Limmer)

A CIA agent tries to infiltrate Soviet intelligence to stop a murderous diabolical plot.

Dassault Super-Mystère B2

Acting as Soviet (Mig 19 ?) fighters at an East-Berlin airport.
Action filmed at Aéroport de Paris-Le Bourget, a location frequently seen throughout movies. This time using several aircraft of the Air and Space Museum.

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Dassault Super-Mystère B2 with the unit badge of Escadron de chasse 3/12 Cornouaille, a white scorpion.
We guess Le Bourget on the barrier near the three sentinels.

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Sud Aviation SE 210 Caravelle III

Fictional Interflug colors. Serial number 141, was registered F-RAFG while in actual service. See Discussion tab for more details.

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Serial number 22, registration F-BJTR in a false Aeroflot paint scheme.

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Dassault Mystère IV

On the left, with a more circular air intake (the white dot is the front headlamp).

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Arianespace Ariane 1 rocket mock-up

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Lockheed L-749 Constellation

Reg. F-ZVMV Lockheed L-749 Constellation, c/n 2503 used as Turboméca engines test bed by C.E.V. between 1966 and 1974. Actually (and still) property of Paris Le Bourget Air and Space Museum; now under restoration as an Air France airliner (without the testing device).
Used in 2007 for the Oscar awarded movie La môme / La Vie En Rose ; look the same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

Reg. F-ZVMV Lockheed L-749 Constellation, flown by the CEV-Centre d'Essais en Vol until 1974.

Nord 2501 Noratlas & Dassault Mystère IVA & Dassault MD.450 Ouragan & Dassault Super-Mystère B2

Seen through Venetian blind, on the very top of the screenshot are five Nord 2501 Noratlas, probably actually on the civil register for Gyrafrance, later sold to Transvalair.
From the Air and Space Museum (MAE), from left to right : Dassault MD-454 Mystère IVA n°245 (8-NN), Dassault MD-450 OURAGAN n°154 and Dassault Super Mystère B2 n°59 (12-ZS). This last fighter is no longer owned by the MAE but is hosted by the Air Museum of Touchay (Center of France).

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