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Planes movie poster.

Movie (2013)
Also known as: Aviones

A cropdusting plane with a fear of heights lives his dream of competing in a famous around-the-world aerial race.

(Awaiting availability of copies, here are some trailer's screenshots. Look at the discussion tab to have a list of the planes seen throughout the movie).

Air Tractor AT-400 or AT-500 (or later) family

The hero of the movie : Crophopper. He will run under the number 7.

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Aerocar International Aerocar I

The concept developped by Moulton Taylor used several body but the drawing is near the beetle's front. The real Aerocar I is visible in James May's Big Ideas.

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De Havilland DH88 Comet

Racer #11 named Bulldog.

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Gee Bee Model R

Racer #5 named El Chupacabra.

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Bay Super V

Rochelle which runs under the number 22.

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Unidentified Aircraft

Hawker Hurricane or Dewoitine D 520 ? (both have a three blades propeller, not one with four blades). Named Antonio, it wears the bib number 3.

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