Mais où est donc passée la 7ème compagnie ?

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Mais où est donc passée la 7ème compagnie movie poster.

Movie (1973)
English title : Now Where Did the Seventh Company Get to?
Italian title : Dov'è finita la 7a compagnia ?
German title : Wo bitte ist die 7. Kompanie geblieben ?
Polish title : Gdzie się podziała siódma kompania ?


Starring:
Jean Lefebvre (Pithiviers)
Pierre Mondy (Staff Sergent Paul Chaudard)
Aldo Maccione (Tassin)
Robert Lamoureux (Colonel Blanchet)

(Synopsis needed)


Also from this series:


On a retrouvé la 7éme compagnie !
La 7ème compagnie au clair de lune

North American T-6 Texan

Several T-6s are used mainly to act as Luftwaffe aircraft.
First during the starting credits.

7eC 01-T-6.jpg

Next as an assault / straffing aircraft (maybe with a paint scheme used for another movie to act as a Focke-Wulfe Fw 190 ?).

7eC 02-T-6 FW190.jpg

Then comes a dogfight with the type acting as well a Luftwaffe fighter ...

7eC 06-T-6 GF.jpg

... as like a French one (Curtiss P-36 Hawk alias Curtiss H-75 Hawk in French Air Force ... or Bloch MB 152 ?).

7eC 05-T-6 H-75.jpg

Please note behind the greenhouse that the radio mast on the above picture is now a black box ... and camouflage colors are inverted !
All the filming featuring aircraft is shot at Cerny Aérodrome de La Ferté-Alais (LFFQ) (France) which eased the crash scenes by its plateau (tableland) location.

7eC 05-T-6 H-75down.jpg

SIPA S.121

Its winner is this SIPA S.121 (F-WLKH and F-BLKH once on the civil registry (c/n 57)) and here acting as a Messerschmitt Bf 109. It had crashed on 15th October 1978 following a flat spin killing its two pilots and exploding. It was the very last aircraft of the line and only some parts could be found and split for exhibition between several museum in Europe.
Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

7eC 07 Sipa.jpg
7eC 08-SIPA-S-11.jpg

Breguet Br.765 Sahara

7eC 18 DDay.jpg
7eC 19 DDay2.jpg

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