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Central Airport movie poster.

Movie (1933)
French title : Le signal

Starring:
Richard Barthelmess ( James "Jim" Blaine)
Sally Eilers (Jill Collins)
Tom Brown (Neil "Bud" Blaine)
Grant Mitchell (Mr. Blaine)

(Synopsis needed)


Ford Trimotor

Reg. NC127H was not for a Ford Trimoter but Bird A c/n 1015.

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Boeing P-12

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Fokker C-14

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Stinson Reliant

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Keystone LB-7

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Travel Air D4000

Reg. NC477N Travel Air D4000 c/n 1379 still in flying condition in the twenty-first century.

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Unidentified Aircraft

Several continuity error during this action with no less four aircraft acting the same one !

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Travel Air 16-K

Reg. NC446W Travel Air 16K c/n 16K-2001.

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Thomas Morse S-4C

Reg. NC1071 Thomas Morse S-4C.

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Fairchild 71

Reg. NC2K Fairchild 71.

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Stearman C3B

Reg. NC4099 c/n 110.
Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

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Another one with a different engine.

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Alexander Eaglerock longwing

Reg. NC1412 Alexander Eaglerock "longwing" c/n 207.

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American Eagle A-1

Reg. NC6969 American Eagle A-1 c/n 277

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Ford 5-AT-C

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Ford 4-AT-D

Reg. NC5578 Ford 4-AT-D c/n 24.
Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

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Pitcairn PA-5 Mailwing

Reg. NC6708 Pitcairn PA-5 Mailwing c/n 30.

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Some shots were filmed with letters in white.

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Unidentified Aircraft

Foreground aircraft seen during the landing of the "Jim" Blaine at the controls of the Pitcairn.

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Ford 5-AT-C

Reg. NC405H Ford 5-AT-C c/n 64.

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Unidentified Aircraft

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