The Bamboo Saucer

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The Bamboo Saucer movie poster.

Movie (1968)

Dan Duryea (Hank Peters)
John Ericson (Norwood)
Lois Nettleton (Anna Karachev)
Bob (Robert) Hastings (Garson)
James Hong (Sam Archibald)

(Synopsis needed)

Lockheed F-104A Starfighter

Lockheed F-104A-1-LO serial 56-0736 c/n 183-1024. Given to be converted to QF-104 and on strengh of the 3205th Drone Squadron, Eglin AFB (Florida) in 1964.
Acting as the Rhodes XF-109 prototype during a test flight (with live air-to-air missiles !). The real intended XF-109 (the Bell D-188A) never proceeded past the mock-up stage.

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North American X-15

Desk model of what seems to be North American X-15-1 serial 56-6670.

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Wall Picture

Clockwise from top left : Lockheed U-2; Lockheed T-33 (or one of her derivative F-94 Starfire); Lockheed P-2 Neptune and (Avro 707A ?).

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North American P-51D Mustang

Reg. N651D North American P-51D Mustang built for the USAAF with serial s/n 44-73857. Sold to Royal Canadian Air Force in 1950 before being put on the civil market in 1958 with the registration N6315T. New registration N651D from 1961 until her crash in 1975.

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Beechcraft Baron

Reg. N5922S Beechcraft Baron. Built in 1961 and new registration N114R in 1970 until (at least) 2016.

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Handley Page H.P.67 Hastings

Rather match with the Handley Page H.P.67 Hastings than with the Handley Page HP.81 Hermes

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Cessna 180H

Shot shown inverted so as to make the aircraft registration illegible but this "Chinese" airplane is wearing N4792U. Built in 1964 with c/n 180 51492, she's still in flying condition in 2020

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Fictional Saucer

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