Assignment – Paris!

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Assignment – Paris! movie poster for French theater.

Movie (1952)
French title : Aveux spontanés
Italian title : Destinazione Budapest

Starring:
Dana Andrews (Jimmy Race)
Märta Torén (Jeanne Moray)
George Sanders (Nicholas Strang)
Audrey Totter (Sandy Tate)

(Synopsis needed)


SNCASE SE.161/P7 Languedoc

Jeanne Moray is landing at Paris, coming from New York.
Languedoc were used mainly for middle haul flights, mainly with North Africa and Central Europa. But the type never crossed the North Atlantic Ocean.
Reg. F-BCUB SNCASE SE.161 Languedoc c/n 28 (former c/n 29) of Air France (more details on the discussion tab).
Seen here landing with the far right propeller feathered.

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But when the aircraft is taxiing, the four engines are running. Probably another airframe (which one ?).

Assignment F-BCUB taxiing.jpg
Assignment F-BCUB taxiing2.jpg

Douglas DC-4-1009

Reg.F-BBDD Douglas DC-4-1009 c/n 42936 Ciel de Bourgogne of Air France.
Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.
The type was really transoceanic. A little bit surprising that the director (or the editor) show us this aircraft with a tricycle landing gear just after the landing of the tail seater Languedoc.

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Lockheed Constellation

A nice desk model. And still Air France colors.

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