Les chevaliers du ciel (1967 TV Series)

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Les chevaliers du ciel (1967 TV Series) DVD cover.

TV Series (1967-1970)

Starring:
Jacques Santi (Michel Tanguy)
Christian Marin (Ernest Laverdure)
Michele Girardon (Nicole)
Roger Pigaut (Capitaine Merlet)

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Season One

Dassault Mystère IV

Ep. 1.01

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Various Aircraft

Two Dassault Mystère IVs with a Dassault Flamant on the left and a Max Holste MH.1521 Broussard in the background.

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Dassault Mirage III C

Ep. 1.01

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Ep. 1.02
Probably s/n 33 which worn code 2-EC between January 1966 and April 1968.

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Ep. 1.03
Dassault Mirage III C s/n 63 of EC 1/2 Cigognes between April 1966 and December 1968.

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This line-up shows the right side (SPA 103) of the fighters of EC 1/2 Cigognes.

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Dassault Mirage III B

Ep. 1.02
Probably Mirage III B s/n 227 which has worn tactical code 2-FP between June 1966 and December 1969. Note the Gull emblem of the SPA 57 (the other side is the Griffon -see bottom-) of EC 2/2 Côte d'Or.

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Ep. 1.03
Dassault Mirage III B of EC 2/2 Côte d'Or (SPA 65 Griffon).

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Sud Aviation SA 313/315 Alouette II & Agusta-Bell 47G-2

Ep. 1.09
Both of the Gendarmerie (French M.P.).
In the background, with the code JAE, is Agusta-Bell 47 G2 c/n 197.

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Airbase Life

Training of the Fire Brigade with an Unidentified Dassault Mirage III C.

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Atar jet engine testbed.

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Radar Cyrano.

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Rocket SEPR 841 on trial (used to boost interception performances).

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Season Three

Sikorsky H-34

Ep. 3.02

Sikorsky H-34 of the Belgian Air Force.

Supermarine Spitfire

Ep. 3.02

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Dassault Mirage G

Ep. 3.03
A single prototype, powered by a single Pratt & Whitney/SNECMA TF-306 turbofan was built and fly-tested in 1968/1970 (first flight on 18 November 1967).
The Mirage G was developed into the twin-engine Mirage G8 of which two airframes were fly-tested : G8-01 was a two-seat and is now part of Musée de l'Air of Le Bourget (Air Museum Paris-Le Bourget) ; G8-02 was a single-seat and made its first flight on 13 July 1972. If the French Air Force eventually didn't ordered them, Dassault etablished tight links with Ling-Temco-Vought and they designed the Vought V-507 competitor for the US Navy's VFX programm (eventually won by the Grumman F-14).

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Morane-Saulnier MS.1500 Epervier

Ep. 3.03
Seen with its cowling panels removed, showing its black thin turboprop in front of a C.E.V. (Centre d'Essais en Vol / Air Test Center) English Electric Canberra (dayglow orange nose).

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Breguet Br 1050 Alizé

Ep. 3.07
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Aérospatiale SA 316B Alouette III

Ep. 3.07
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Dassault Etendard IV

Ep. 3.07
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