Venus in Furs (1969)

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Venus in Furs (1969) movie poster.

Movie (1969)
Alternative titles: Paroxismus/Black Angel

James Darren (Jimmy Logan)
Barbara McNair (Rita)
Maria Rohm (Wanda Reed)
Klaus Kinski (Ahmed Kortobawi)
Dennis Price (Percival Kapp)
Margaret Lee (Olga)

In Istanbul, a jazz trumpeter pulls the murdered body of a young woman from the surf. He remembers her from the night before, when he saw her at a millionaire playboy's party and then later watched as she was assaulted by the party's host and two of his friends. In confusion, Jimmy, the musician, leaves for Rio where he finds the sympathetic ear of Rita, a singer who invites him to live with her and helps him recover his equilibrium and his musical ability. Then, into the room walks a woman who looks like Wanda, the murder victim. Jimmy pursues her, not caring if she's alive or dead. What's going on?

Avro C-91

Pretending Jimmy Logan’s flight from Europe to Rio de Janeiro. In fact a Brazilian air force Avro C-91 operated since 1963, a military variant made for Brazil of the 748/Srs2.

Avro C-91 of the Força Aérea Brasileira.
Avro C-91 of the Força Aérea Brasileira.
Avro C-91 of the Força Aérea Brasileira.
Avro C-91 of the Força Aérea Brasileira.
Avro C-91 of the Força Aérea Brasileira.

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