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Auf Wiedersehn, Franziska movie poster.

Movie (1941)
French title : L'heure des adieux or Au revoir Franziska!

Starring:
Marianne Hoppe (Franziska Tiemann)
Hans Söhnker (Michael Reisiger)
Fritz Odemar (Professor Tiemann)
Rudolf Fernau (Dr. Christoph Leitner)

(Synopsis needed)


Fiat CR.32

Michael is a photojournalist and newsreel man, travelling the world. USA, China, elsewhere, he makes film where War break out (China (Chiang Kai-shek) ordered some Fiat CR.32s and an handfull fought Japanese in 1936).
But these ones are seen during aerobatics of the Pattuglie Acrobatiche as the team praticed throughout Europe in the mid-thirties. Perhaps footage of the famous Budapest 1937 Airshow ?

AufW-F takeOff.jpg
AufW-F flight.jpg


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