Le coup du parapluie (1980)

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Le coup du parapluie movie poster.

Movie (1980)
English title : Umbrella Coup / The Umbrella Coup / Not Over My Dead Body

Pierre Richard (Grégoire Lecomte)
Valérie Mairesse (Sylvette, alias Bunny)
Christine Murillo (Josyane Leblanc)
Gordon Mitchell (Moskovitz, le tueur)
Gérard Jugnot (Frédo)
Maurice Risch (Le producteur de Paris)

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Boeing 727-228 & McDonnell Douglas DC-9-32

At Aéroport de Paris-Charles de Gaulle.
Registration F-BPJO, c/n 20410/846.
Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft. In the background, a DC-9 of Iberia.

Reg. F-BPJO Boeing 727-228 of Air France and McDonnell Douglas DC-9-32 of Iberia.
Reg. F-BPJO Boeing 727-228 of Air France and McDonnell Douglas DC-9-32 of Iberia.

Boeing 727-228 & Boeing 707-328B

In the background, part of tail fin of F-BLCE, c/n 19291/536.

Reg. F-BPJO Boeing 727-228 and reg.F-BLCE Boeing 707-328B Château d'Ussé of Air France.

Airbus A300B2-1C

At Aéroport Nice Côte d'Azur.
AE on top of the tail is the end of registration F-BUAE. This Airbus A300 (c/n 004) of Air Inter was lost on 24 April 1993 without lost or injury despite 324 people on bard. Hit light pole during pushback at Montpellier-Frejorgues Airport (France); damaged beyond repair 19 years and 5 months after it left the assembly line.

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Boeing 727-228/Advanced

Registration F-GCDA, c/n 22081/1594. Built in 1980, so brand new at the time of the movie.

Reg. F-GCDA Boeing 727-228/Advanced of Air France.
Reg. F-GCDA Boeing 727-228/Advanced of Air France.

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