The Million Eyes of Sumuru

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The Million Eyes of Sumuru movie poster.

Movie (1967)

Starring:
Shirley Eaton (Sumuru)
Frankie Avalon (Agent Tommy Carter)
George Nader (Agent Nick West)
Wilfrid Hyde-White (Colonel Sir Anthony Baisbrook)

(Synopsis needed)


Also from this series:

Die sieben Männer der Sumuru

Boeing 707-300

Arrival at Hong Kong Kai Tak International Airport.
Unidentified airline.

Boeing 707-300.

Douglas DC-8-62 & Boeing 707-437

At Hong Kong Kai Tak International Airport.
An unidentified DC-8 is taking off in the background. On the tarmac, a JAL's DC-8 on the left, and Air India's 707 on the right.

Douglas DC-8-62 of JAL-Japan Air Lines and Boeing 737-437 of Air India.

Boeing 707-138B

At Hong Kong Kai Tak International Airport.
Only the tail of this Qantas 707 is visible.

Boeing 707-138B of Qantas.

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