Talk:49th Parallel

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Unidentified Bomber

Image text "This bomber looks to be different than the above due to the nose."

Possibly a Lockheed Hudson used by Royal Canadian Air Force?

No. 119 Squadron RCAF used them for anti-submarine duty over the Gulf of St. Lawrence and the Ocean around Nova Scotia where some of the filming was carried out.

Only 50% certain, needs confirmation, but visibly looks the same to me.

Sunbar 13:12, 02 July 2010 (UTC)

I agree with the aircraft ID above. i also think that:
is the civilian version, Lockheed Model 14.
Shifted the photos around a bit as well cos there's actually another different aircraft in there, notice the single vertical stabilizer.
Bthebest 17:34, 2 July 2010 (UTC)
You guys are amazing. Both plane's info (year introduced, operators, and pictures) seem to coincide with the film and the plane screenshots. If I am not around and you know what a certain plane is that I have put up, feel free to update the page. Anyway, thanks for the help. Tleeg 06:06, 3 July 2010 (UTC)

I've seached for the remaining aircraft with the single tail and the closest I can come is the Douglas Digby Mark I which served with the RCAF on submarine patrol duty from about 1939-1940. According to Wikipedia 20 RCAF Douglas Digbys were in service based on the USAAC Douglas B-18 Bolo,

Sunbar 12:34, 03 July 2010 (UTC)

Screenshots put in order of apparition. LVCDC 14:51, 22 May 2015 (MDT)