Talk:The War of the Worlds

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What's the matter with picture upload on your pictures LVCDC?Sixcyl 17:06, 14 July 2012 (MDT)

I don't understand why the thirty pics of Più forte, ragazzi! all uploaded quickly when screenshots for this movie or Bombers B-52 need several minutes each one if they didin't failed in a 'time out' !?
Hours later, I rework my pictures and suppress their metadata; they load nearly the same size but this time upload is fast and successful.

New Northrop subcategory to be built please

So it's time now to add a new subcategory among Northrop aircrafts as Conspiracy Files: Mystery at Roswell already concern the YB-49. Thanks !
LVCDC 15 july 2012.

Don't worry, I scrutenize each new aircraft coming in the movie pages, and record them in an exel file, so that I can't miss when one is involved in 2 films and more. Thanks anyway, YB-49 category will be soon added.Sixcyl 02:01, 15 July 2012 (MDT)


SPAS S.VII.Sixcyl 02:13, 15 July 2012 (MDT)

Thanks to Christian who correct this in a Thomas morse MB-3 and give us the movie in which it could be seen again. LVCDC 08 march 2013.

Sorry guys, but tail fin doesn't match at all with Thomas-Morse B3. Much rather with SPAD.Sixcyl 13:14, 8 March 2013 (MST)

Spad VII or Thomas-Morse MB-3 ?
The both were used for "Wings". "Le gros des flottes aériennes est constitué de Thomas Morse MB-3A, (...). Cet avion fut fortement influencé par le SPAD (...). Pour augmenter la ressemblance, la dérive fut partiellement peinte en blanc pour imiter celle du SPAD." from Aéromovies
The poor quality of the screenshot can't help us to make the good choice !
And it seems that three different types of tail fins were used throughout the production. Look at this page.LVCDC 08 march 2013.

Ok then. Let's go for Thomas-Morse! Sixcyl 02:13, 9 March 2013 (MST)