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TV Movie (1978)
Also Known As : The Rutles

Eric Idle (Dirk McQuickly and The Narrator and others characters)
Neil Innes (Ron Nasty)
John Halsey (Barry Wom)
Ricky Fataar (Stig O'Hara)

The group's resemblance to the Beatles is purely – and satirically – intentional.

Armstrong Whitworth A.W.650 Argosy 101

Armstrong Whitworth A.W.650 Argosy 101 of ABC-Air Bridge Carriers. Should be during the first half of the 1960's but Air Bridge Carriers existed only from 1972 ...

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Boeing 707-321

Boeing 707-321 of Turkish Airlines acting four times for arrivals during the World Tour (like for example this landing in Australia; the two men in front of the stairway changed only their suit !). The (same ?) aircraft is seen a first time filmed in black and white during the early years of the Rutles.

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Slingsby T.31

Dayglo panel and British roundel made her a Kirby Cadet Mk 3 of the Royal Air Force.

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