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Le jouet movie poster.

Movie (1976)
English title : The Toy

Starring:
Pierre Richard (François Perrin)
Michel Bouquet (Pierre Rambal-Cochet)
Fabrice Greco (Eric Rambal-Cochet)
Jacques François (Mister de Blénac)

(Synopsis needed)


Hawker Siddeley H.S.125 Series 3B

At right, reg. F-BPMC the Hawker Siddeley HS.125 Series 3B c/n 25131 built in 1968. Was also registered as G-AVRE or G-Four or 7T-VVL.
On the left, perhaps a Wassmer and a Learjet (Learjet 25 ?).

LeJouet F-BPMC.jpg

Beechcraft King Air C90

Reg. F-BVTB Beechcraft King Air C90 c/n LJ-0579 built in 1973 and crashed on 4th November 2010 during an instructional flight. Was registered first in Germany as D-INAF.
In the background from left to right, a Dassault Falcon 10 then a Cessna Citation I (hidden by the kid) and another twin engine Beechcraft.

LeJouet F-BVTB.jpg


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