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Um Null Uhr schnappt die Falle zu movie poster.

Movie (1966)
English titles: 3-2-1 Countdown for Manhattan / The Trap Door Falls Shut at Midnight / The Trap Door Snaps Shut at Midnight / The Trap Snaps Shut at Midnight

Starring:
George Nader (Jerry Cotton)
Horst Frank (Larry Link)
Heinz Weiss (Phil Decker)
Dominique Wilmsi (Maureen)
Allen Pinson (Harry)
Alexander Allerson (Husky)

(Synopsis needed)


Boeing 707-436 & Douglas DC-8-43

At John F. Kennedy International Airport, New York.

Boeing 707-436 of BOAC-Cunard and Douglas DC-8 of Alitalia-Linee Aeree Italiane.

Douglas DC-8-33 & Boeing 707-321B & Boeing 707-436 & Boeing 707-338C & Boeing 727-100

From foreground to background. Pan Am DC-8, unidentified 707, Pan Am 707, two 707 from BOAC, a DC-8 of Alitalia, Qantas V-Jet 707 and unidentified 727 in the background.

Douglas DC-8-33 and Boeing 707-321 of Pan Am-Pan American World Airways, Boeing 707-436 of BOAC-British Overseas Airways Corporation and Boeing 707-338C of Qantas and Boeing 727-100 in the far background.

Boeing 707-321 & Douglas DC-7 Seven Seas

Taking off 707 of Pan Am in the background, a DC-7 on the left, and on the right, an identified aircraft behind tail fin of another Pan Am 707.

Boeing 707-321 of Pan Am-Pan American World Airways and Douglas DC-7 Seven Seas.


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