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Movie (1969)
English title: Under the Sign of the Bull

Starring:
Jean Gabin (Albert Raynal)
Suzanne Flon (Christine Raynal)
Colette Deréal (Rolande)
Raymond Gérôme (Jérôme Laprade)
Fernand Ledoux (Le juge)
Jacques Monod (L'industriel Marchal)

(Synopsis needed)


SNCASO SO 4050 Vautour II N

Albert Raynal (Jean Gabin) is a rocket manufacturer manager. The pictures shows prototype trials on Armée de l’Air fighter SO 4050 Vautour II N of the Normandie-Niemen squadron in Reims.

SNCASO Sud Ouest SO 4050 Vautour II N of Armée de l’Air.
SNCASO Sud Ouest SO 4050 Vautour II N of Armée de l’Air.
SNCASO Sud Ouest SO 4050 Vautour II N of Armée de l’Air.
SNCASO Sud Ouest SO 4050 Vautour II N of Armée de l’Air.
SNCASO Sud Ouest SO 4050 Vautour II N of Armée de l’Air.

Sud Aviation SE 210 Caravelle III

Aéroport de Paris-Orly. On the right, an Air France Caravelle, and a B.O.A.C or MEA airplane on the left.

Sud Aviation SE 210 Caravelle III of Air France.

Bellanca J-3-500

Watching at archive footage on A.Raynal’s aircraft experiences history. In reality, this is footage of the accident of marquis De Pinedo on the 3rd of September 1933, at Floyd Bennett Field (Nex-York). De Pinedo was trying to join Bagdad. His Bellanca Special long distance version, named "Santa Lucia", full of gasoline, crashed and the marquis died in the flames.
Same footage used in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

Bellanca J-3-500 Santa Lucia (r/n 13199).
Bellanca J-3-500 Santa Lucia (r/n 13199).


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