Cirkus v cirkuse

Welcome to IMPDb!
Upgrades are done and editing is back on!
Dedicated to identifying aircraft throughout Movies, Television, and Video Games!


Dear Friends:

Two short years ago we created this message box on our home page, asking for your help to keep this site up and running. In that time, many of you have generously donated to our PayPal account and we are forever grateful. With your help, we've been able to make the necessary upgrades to our server to keep the site running more smoothly than ever!

The meager ad revenue generated by this site isn't sufficient to cover the annual cost of running the server, and we who manage it have never made money from it.

In an effort to continue serving the needs of aviation enthusiasts around the world, we continue to ask for donations to keep this site up and running. If you're still enjoying this website and would like to help us continue being the BEST site on the Internet for your aviation screenshot needs, please consider donating.

Thank you,
Tobin & Rush

From The Internet Movie Plane Database
Jump to: navigation, search
Cirkus v cirkuse movie poster.

Movie (1976)
Russian title : Соло для слона с оркестром
Czech title: Cirkus v cirkuse
English title : Circus in the Circus

Jiří Sovák (professor Růžička)
Evgeny Leonov (director of circus Ivanov)
Natalya Varley (Tanya)
Aleksandr Lenkov (cafeteria worker Alyosha)
Leonid Kuravlyov (Grisha)

Czech professor Růžička, who is confident that any animal can be taught to speak, goes to the circus, where an international circus contest takes place, and becomes a participant in a colorful performance.

Ilyushin Il-18 & Tupolev Tu-114

The Ilyushin Il-18 is seen in the distance at Moscow Domodedovo Airport.

Ilyushin Il-18 and Tupolev Tu-114 both of Aeroflot.

Ilyushin Il-18D

Ilyushin Il-18D of Aeroflot.

Tupolev Tu-114

Tupolev Tu-114 of Aeroflot.

McDonnell Douglas DC-9-33RC

McDonnell Douglas DC-9-33RC of KLM-Royal Dutch Airlines.

Tupolev Tu-114 & Tupolev Tu-134 & Ilyushin Il-62

From right to left, a Tu-134 wearing old Aeroflot livery, an Il-62 and a Tupolev Tu-114 in the foreground left from Aeroflot.

Tupolev Tu-134 , Ilyushin Il-62 and Tupolev Tu-114 of Aeroflot.

Tupolev Tu-154


Tupolev Tu-154 of Aeroflot.

Tupolev Tu-104

A Tu-104 actually, as a 124 would have only one porthole between door and first porthole above the wing.

Tupolev Tu-104 of Aeroflot.

Boeing 727-228

Boeing 727-228 of Air France.

In the background, tail fin of an Ilyushin Il-18 of LOT Polskie Linie Lotnicze.

Boeing 727-228 of Air France.

Tupolev Tu-104A

False registration I-DIWN and Alitalia colors to act as a DC-8 of this airline.
This plane (c/n 9350801) no more in use since 1974 had only the left side painted in full Alitalia colours but remained in ČSA-Československé Aerolinie colors and kept is original registration (OK-NDF) on the other side.
This aircraft ended as a night club for several years before being restored and displayed in a museum since 2012.
In its first life, was used by Aeroflot with registration CCCP-42391 between 1959 and 1963.
Same aircraft in other works at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

Reg. OK-NDF Tupolev Tu-104A of ČSA-Československé Aerolinie.
Reg. OK-NDF Tupolev Tu-104A of ČSA-Československé Aerolinie.

McDonnell Douglas DC-9

Registration OY-K?? could be ended by OY-KGD or OY-KGE or OY-KGF if it's a DC-9-21; if it's a DC-9-41 it could be OY-KGA/B/C/G/I/K/L/M/N/O/P/R/S.

McDonnell Douglas DC-9 of SAS-Scandinavian Airlines System.

Ilyushin Il-62M

Back To:

See also