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Giant movie poster.

Movie (1956)

Elizabeth Taylor (Leslie Benedict)
Rock Hudson (Jordan 'Bick' Benedict Jr.i)
James Dean (Jett Rink)
Carroll Baker (Luz Benedict II)
Jane Withers (Vashti Snythe)
Chill Wills (Uncle Bawley)

Texan rancher Bick Benedict visits a Maryland farm to buy a prize horse. Whilst there he meets and falls in love with the owner's daughter Leslie, they are married immediately and return to his ranch. The story of their family and its rivalry with cowboy and (later oil tycoon) Jett Rink unfolds across two generations.

Douglas Airliner

Not sure if it's a DC-4 or a DC-6.
(missing screenshot of flypast)

Giant Douglas.jpg

Lockheed L-1649A Starliner

With a taildragger at right (Douglas DC-3 ?).

Lockheed L-1649A Starliner of TWA-Trans World Airlines.

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