Arsène Lupin (TV series)

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Title screen of Arsène Lupin (TV series).

TV Series (1971-1974)

Starring:
Georges Descrières (Arsène Lupin)
Yvon Bouchard (Grognard)
Roger Carel (Guerchard)
Henri Virlojeux (Herlock Sholmès)

Two seasons each with thirteen episodes loosely based on the novels by Maurice Leblanc.

Season One

No aircraft.


Season Two

Bücker Bü 131 Jungmann (or CASA 1131 Jungmann)

Ep. 1 : Herlock Sholmes lance un défi

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Ep. 5 : L'Homme au chapeau noir
Is it the same aircraft ?
This one wears the registration F-BOHF.
Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft (Civil Fixed-Wing).
Some say it's a Bûcker; others it's a licence built Casa. Both saying it was manufactured with c/n 83 and was sold to Troupes d'Aviation Suisses (on duty as A-70). Later registered HB-UTS before being bought by Jean Salis during the late 1960's (or 1970). Seen too in L'as des as as D-AZBU (embellished registration of real F-AZBU) or in Antoine et Sébastien.
Please note that this registration was too for a Stampe-Vertongen SV-4C c/n 59 until (1970 ?).

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A.L. ... Arsène Lupin !

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Zeppelin LZ 130 Graf Zeppelin II

Ep. 11 Le Film révélateur

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Reg. D-LZ130 LZ 130 Graf Zeppelin II.
Action set during a commercial flight between USA and Germany. Only LZ 127 Graf Zeppelin and LZ 129 Hindenburg did this, not the LZ 130.

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