Osobo vazhnoye zadaniye

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Особо важное задание DVD cover.

Movie (1980)
Russian title : Особо важное задание

Yevgeni Matveyev (Sergey Kirillov)
Valeriya Zaklunaya (Maria, his wife)
Lyudmila Gurchenko (Elvira)
Nikolay Kryuchkov (Fedor Semenovich)

Story based on the real events that led to the transfer of factory 18 from Voronej to Kuybichev in 1941.

Ilyushin Il-2M3 Sturmovik

A crashed Ilyushin Il-2 was recovered during the seventies and rebuilt as a TsKB-57 (single seat layout but with the antenna mast at the wrong place). The same airframe is later "converted" into a two seat Il-2 (but a too tight cockpit). Several mocks and sets acting as aircraft at different stage of assembly.

Osobo-VZ proto.jpg
Osobo-VZ2 Tskb-57.jpg
Osobo-VZ ProdLine.jpg
Osobo-VZ2 Il-2.jpg
Osobo-VZ2 train.jpg

Lisunov Li-2T

S/n 23441605. Built in 1956. Decommissionned at the end of the seventies. Was not in flying condition at the time of the filming. Warbird carreer during the nineties but with a sad fate in 2004 when it crashed on houses just after take off.

Osobo-VZ 23441605.jpg
Osobo-VZ Li-2 23441605.jpg

Barrage Balloons

Osobo-VZ BB.jpg

German Fighters

R/C models (?) acting as a Messerschmitt Bf 109.

Osobo-VZ Luftw2.jpg

Junkers Ju 87 Stuka

R/C model.

Osobo-VZ Ju87.jpg

Tupolev Tu-4

Anachronistic paint on the ceiling (we are in 1941; the Tu-4 first flight occured in May 1947). The wing is positioned too far forward.

Osobo-VZ paint.jpg

Several Soviet Gliders

Osobo-VZ2 glider.jpg

Perhaps a Sheremetev Sh-5.

Osobo-VZ2 Sheremetev Sh-5.jpg
Osobo-VZ2 glider3.jpg

Yakovlev Yak-9

Osobo-VZ2 Yak-9.jpg

Bell P-39 Airacobra

Osobo-VZ2 P-39.jpg

Petlyakov Pe-2

Osobo-VZ2 Pe-2.jpg
Osobo-VZ2 VVS-B.jpg

German Wrecks

Osobo-VZ2 GB1.jpg

Likely a Focke-Wulf Fw 189.

Osobo-VZ2 GB2 Fw189.jpg

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