Family Flight

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Family Flight movie poster.

TV Movie (1972)

Rod Taylor (Jason Carlyle)
Dina Merrill (Florence Carlyle)
Kristoffer Tabori (David Carlyle)
Janet Margolin (Carol Rutledge)

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Ryan Navion A

Reg N4372K Ryan Navion A c/n NAV-4-1372 built in 1948.

FamilyFlight N4272Ka.jpg
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FamilyFlight N4272Kc.jpg
FamilyFlight N4272Kd.jpg
FamilyFlight Navion-Cockpit.jpg

Lockheed TV-2 (or T-33B)

A picture showing Jason Carlyle some years ago at the controls of a Lockheed T-33.
If the U.S. Navy used mainly the dedicated variant T2V (first flight in December 1953), before this some T-33 flew for the Navy but with service name on the rear of the fuselage, not near the air intake as seen here.

FamilyFlight T-33.jpg

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