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Movie (2015)
English title : The Sweet Escape

Starring:
Bruno Podalydès (Michel)
Sandrine Kiberlain (Rachelle)
Agnès Jaoui (Laëtitia)
Vimala Pons (Mila)

A fifty-something graphics artist has always dreamed of flying an airmail plane. One day he assembles ... a kayak which he thinks looks like a fuselage, and set off on a trip to unexpected encounters.

Breguet 19

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Latécoère 25

(top left corner) Advertising for Aéropostale "Au Maroc Par Avion" (Morocco by airplane) showing a Latécoère 25.

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French World War One Aeroplane

Seen on an advertising for Peugeot bicycle.

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Latécoère 28.3

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Caudron C.450 & Caudron Aiglon

(left to right) :

  • Caudron C.450 of Maurice Arnoux after his victory in 1934
  • Caudron "Coupe Deutsch" front cover of the booklet of the 1934 event
  • Caudron Aiglon painting
  • advertising with the company name set as a aircraft's shape
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Caudron C.450

(left) Advertising for the Deutsch de la Meurthe Race with a picture of Arnoux, winner of the 1934 edition.

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Painting of the Caudron Renault "13" manned by Maurice Arnoux, winner of the 1934 Deutsch de la Meurthe Cup (painting by Georges Hamel alias Géo HAM).

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Model of the same aircraft manned by Hélène Boucher during her world speed record the same year. Both wings should have a 13 (race number).

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Unidentified Cessna

Cessna 172 or Cessna 182 ?

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Unidentified Aircraft

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Convair XFY Pogo

(left)

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Ryan NYP Spirit of Saint-Louis

Model of the rocket used by Tintin in Hergé comic Destination Lune (Destination Moon) and Picture of Charles Lindbergh with his Ryan NYP.

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Uncovered Ryan NYP (photo etched brass model kit with a white metal front and engine, probably the 1/72 product of Aero Base in 2000).

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Stratonef H-22

Another comic of Hergé issued in 1951 : Jo, Zette et Jocko using this aircraft in "Le testament de M. Pump" and "Destination New-York".

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Lockheed Vega & Gee Bee Model R

Under the Stratonef H-22, a grounded Lockheed Vega and a "flying" Gee Bee Model R (model on a pole).

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Caudron C.640 Typhon

(right, flying) Caudron C-640 Typhon

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