Air Hostess (1933)

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Air Hostess (1933) movie poster.

Movie (1933)

Evalyn Knapp (Kitty King)
James Murray (Ted Hunter)
Arthur Pierson (Dick Miller)
J.M. Kerrigan (Pa Kearns)

(Synopsis needed)

Somewhere in France (World War One)

Travel Air 2000

A Wichita Fokker (Travel Air 2000 slighty reworked).

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Unidentified Aircraft

Shape close to the Pfalz D.IIIa.
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Thomas-Morse S-4C Scout

The farthest aircraft without wings.

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Unidentified Aircraft

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Travel Air 3000

Unidentified Aircraft

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Somewhere in America (early 1930s)

Ford 5-AT-B Trimotor

Reg. NC9607 Ford 5-AT-B now for TWA-Transcontinental & Western Air (but first owned by TAT as seen in Amelia). Accident at Port Columbus, Ohio on 16 February 1932. Destroyed at Quay, New Mexico on 29 August 1933.
Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft (Civil Fixed-Wing).

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Curtiss Wright Engine Test Stand

In front of a Fokker F.10.

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Ford 5-AT-C Trimotor

Reg. NC8413 Ford Tri-motor 5-AT-C c/n 51 of TWA-Transcontinental & Western Air. This aircraft was destroyed by fire on the ground (August 1938). First commercial flight on June 1929 for Maddux Airlines. Sold to TAT then TWA (with fleet number 601) and christened 'City of Columbus'.

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With the Fokker F.10 left landing gear on the foreground.

Northrop Alpha 3

Reg. NC933Y Northrop Alpha 3 of TWA-Transcontinental & Western Air.
With 4 on the tail, this number is in fact the TWA's fleet number for the Northrop Alpha 3 c/n 5.

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Aeronca C-3

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Ryan Brougham B-5

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Buhl Bull Pup LA1

Reg. NC11162 Buhl LA1 Bull Pup c/n 103 with Fleet One's wing NC8610 in the background.

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Ford Trimotor

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Fokker Super Universal

(continuity error) Taking off, the trimotor becomes a single-engine Fokker.

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Unidentified Aircraft

The blurred biplane in the foreground (with the Ford Tri-motor 5-AT-C NC8413 passing behind).

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Ford 5-AT-B Trimotor

Reg. NC9644 Ford Tri-motor 5-AT-B c/n 7.

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With the Grand Central Air Terminal, Glendale, California in the background.

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Unidentified Aircraft

A different plane from the Travel Air that we see landing in the next shot.

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Travel Air D-4000

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Reg. NC477N Travel Air D-4000 c/n 1379.
Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft (Civil Fixed-Wing).

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Fokker F.10

In the foreground.

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Again ...

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Catron Fisk CA-11 (modified)

Catron Fisk CA-11 (modified with a Travel Air landing gear) acting as the NC477N Travel Air D-4000 crashing.

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Unidentified Aircraft

Note that the wing is still intact !
Maybe an Alexander Eaglerock.

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