British Intelligence

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British Intelligence movie poster.

Movie (1940)
Alternative English titles: Enemy Agent / Secret Enemy

Boris Karloff (Valdar)
Margaret Lindsay (Helene von Lorbeer)
Bruce Lester (Frank Bennett)
Leonard Mudie (James Yeats)
Holmes Herbert (Arthur Bennett)
Austin Fairman (George Bennett)

Although the home of cabinet minister Arthur Bennett is a hotbed of spies, moles, and double agents, no one knows the true identity of notorious German spymaster Strendler.
(note : most -if not all- of the air scenes are from The Dawn Patrol ).

Unidentified Aircraft

Doesn’t match with any Gotha products, could it be Friedrichshafen G.III?


Curtiss B-2 Condor

Brit Intel-unknownBomber.jpg

Zeppelin R (or S ?) Class


Travel Air 3000

Nicknamed Wichita Fokker.
Aircrafts with lots of changes (second cockpit covered for example).


With another engine cowling.

Brit Intel-unknownFighter2.jpg
Brit Intel-unknownFighter2a.jpg

Nieuport 28

Or Lincoln / Flagg LF-1 replica.
Note the upper wing machine gun despite the two others firing through the propeller disk.

Brit Intel-Nieuport-28.jpg
Brit Intel-Nieuport-28 LF-1.jpg

Thomas-Morse S-4 Scout

Brit Intel-unknownFighter.jpg

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