Adémaï aviateur

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Adémaï aviateur movie poster.

Movie (1934)

Noël-Noël (Adémaï)
Fernandel (Mechelet)
Junie Astor (Marguerite)
Sylvia Bataille (Marie-Jeanne)

Ademaï is a love-spurned air force conscript. Underestimated by both the other airmen and his bosses when on leave, he longs to become an aviator, especially when he's forced into a marriage to which he has no aspirations!

Potez 25

The very blurred screenshot doesn't help to see the tractor vehicule (Citroën "Kégresse" / Citroën P7T ?).
On the left.
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Morane-Saulnier MS.230

Seen on two footages, Morane-Saulnier MS.230 with tactical code 6 :

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Morane-Saulnier MS.230 of the (French) Patrouille d'Etampes.

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A continuity error : as Ademaï started by inadvertance the engine of the low-wing Wibault 360T5, this sort footage of a Salmson 9AB 9-cylinder air-cooled radial piston engine mounted on the high-wing Morane-Saulnier MS.230 is seen.

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Matricule militaire M591 :

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Breguet 19

With a Potez 25 in the background.
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Unidentified Morane-Saulnier Aircraft

Maybe a Morane-Saulnier MS.230; (underwing) Matricule militaire may be M5?4.

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Reg. F-AIID was a Morane-Saulnier airframe with three lifes : first as a Morane-Saulnier MS-53 then rebuilt as the prototype of MS 133 and eventually as MS 233.
Continuity error as this crashed aircraft is shown as the consequence of the former one practising spin.

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Wibault 360T5

Reg. F-AKCT Wibault 360.T5 prototype (c/n 01) for a smaller passenger airliner than the three-engine Wibault 280T. First flight in August 1931. With a single 230 hp (172 kW) Salmson 9Ab radial engine, the type 360 was designed for five pasengers but failed to meet any commercial success.

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A basic model acting as an air miss when Ademaï is trying to land.

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Unidentified Aircraft

Seen from the Wibault (acccording the screenplay), the camp de Béchere. This is realy Dugny airfield (the military zone of Aéroport de Paris-Le Bourget) instead the lesser known of the two airfields of Chartres (Chartres Bécheres ... with a S). On the same artistic view, Ademaï is from the 54ième Régiment (54th Wing) which never existed.

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Breguet Br.27

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