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Animated Movie (1992)
Japanese title: 紅の豚
Also known as: Porco Rosso
Michael Keaton (Porco Rosso)
Cary Elwes (Donald Curtis)
Susan Egan (Madame Gina)
Brad Garrett (Mamma Aiuto Gang Boss)
The adventures of "Porco Rosso", a veteran WW1 pilot in 1930s Italy, who has been cursed to look like an anthropomorphic pig.
Note: This is an animated film. The aircraft shown in it are therefore not actual aircraft, however, where a reasonable depiction of an actual aircraft has been created, it has been identified as best as possible.
- 1 Savoia S.21 (fictional aircraft)
- 2 DaboHaze (fictional aircraft)
- 3 Brandeburgh CC
- 4 Macchi M.5
- 5 Unidentified Aircraft
- 6 Curtiss R3C-2
- 7 Macchi M.52
- 8 Savoia Marchetti S.55
- 9 Fiat CR.20
- 10 Macchi M.7 (Modified)
- 11 Unidentified Aircraft
- 12 Unidentified Aircraft
- 13 Unidentified Aircraft
- 14 Unidentified Aircraft
- 15 Unidentified Aircraft
- 16 Unidentified Aircraft
- 17 Unidentified Aircraft
- 18 Unidentified Aircraft
- 19 Various Aircraft
- 20 Deperdussin A Monoplan (Modified)
- 21 Unidentified Aircraft
- 22 Unidentified Aircraft
- 23 See also
The real Savoia S.21 was a biplane; look at the discussion folder about this point.
DaboHaze (fictional aircraft)
A mix of four aircraft; look at the discussion folder.
Escorting the Savoia-Marchetti SM.55.
Macchi M.7 (Modified)
Gina has a plane very similar to a Macchi M.7
A fictional aircraft can be seen in the background with a shape like a Dornier Do X engined only with three motors.
There, all the dead and missing in action are flying together. Some aircraft can be identified.
Image built with four screenshots of the final credits of the Japanese movie. The wiring under the fuselage was not on the original plane.
An unidentified plane crashed in a tree as seen in several pictures of the very first times of aviation.