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Thunder Birds movie poster.

Disambiguation : this page is about the 1942 Film ; do not confuse with the 1964 Thunderbirds (TV series) and the numerous work based on it including Thunderbird 6.

Movie (1942)
French title : Pilotes de chasse

Starring:
Gene Tierney (Kay Saunders)
Preston Foster (Steve Britt)
John Sutton (Peter Stackhouse)
Jack Holt (Lt. Col. "Mac" MacDonald)

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Vultee BT-13 Valiant

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Boeing-Stearman PT-17

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Appron at Thunderbird field with Boeing-Stearman PT-17s with North American AT-6 Texan overflying some Vultee BT-13 Valiant taxiing in the background.

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Unidentified Aircraft

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Stearman Cloudboy

Continuity error : when RAF cadet Stackhouse is taking off with flight instructor Steve Britt, they handle a Boeing-Stearman PT-17 serialed 141. But once in the skies, the Boeing-Stearman became an older and rarest Stearman Cloudboy before landing the PT-17 !

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North American AT-6 Texan

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