Le clan des Siciliens

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Le clan des Siciliens movie poster.

Movie (1969)
English title : The Sicilian Clan

Starring:
Jean Gabin (Vittorio Manalese)
Alain Delon (Roger Sartet)
Lino Ventura (Commissaire Le Goff l)
Irina Demick (Jeanne Manalese)
Amedeo Nazzari (Tony Nicosia)
Philippe Baronnet (Luigi)

Roger Sartet escape from jail with the help of the family Manalese. During his hidden stay, he tells to Vittorio that a incredible jewels exposition will be held soon in Roma. Despite the plans, the rawberry is impossible. So the team thinks to hold-up the jewels during the flight to America.

Douglas DC-8-53

Air Afrique DC-8-53 at Aéroport de Paris-Le Bourget.

Douglas DC-8-53 of Air Afrique.
Douglas DC-8-53 of Air Afrique.

Douglas DC-8-33

The aircraft is hijacked and lands on a speedway in the USA. It’s actually a fake “made for movie” company United Overseas Airlines, based on F-BJLA DC-8-33 of UTA-Union de Transports Aériens, which was written-off in 1973, due to sale to a foreign company.

Reg.F-BJLA Douglas DC-8-33 of UTA-Union de Transports Aériens.
Reg.F-BJLA Douglas DC-8-33 of UTA-Union de Transports Aériens.
Reg.F-BJLA Douglas DC-8-33 of UTA-Union de Transports Aériens.
Reg.F-BJLA Douglas DC-8-33 of UTA-Union de Transports Aériens.

Unusual in the story of cinema, the cockpit is really this of a Douglas DC-8.

ClanSic DC-8 cockpit.jpg
ClanSic DC-8 cockpit2.jpg

Seen too as a toy.

ClanSic DC-8 toy.jpg

Beechcraft C-45 Expeditor

Aéroport de Paris-Le Bourget.

Beechcraft C-45 Expeditor of the (French) Armée de l'Air.

Sud Aviation SE 210 Caravelle VI-N

Sud Aviation SE-210 Caravelle VI-N of SABENA.

Sud Aviation SE 210 Caravelle III

Aéroport de Paris-Orly.

Sud Aviation SE 210 Caravelle III of Air France.

Boeing 707-321

Aéroport de Paris-Orly. In the middle of the left plane lineup, with a DC-9 far away, and three Air France Caravelles.

Boeing 707-321 of Air France.

McDonnell Douglas DC-9

DC-9, Caravelle of Alitalia-Linee Aeree Italiane, four engines 707 or DC-8 on the left.

ClanSic various.jpg


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