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Danger Flight title screen.

Movie (1939)

Starring:
John Trent (Tommy "Tailspin" Tompkins)
Marjorie Reynolds (Betty Lou)
Milburn Stone (Skeeter)
Jason Robards Sr. (Paul Smith)

(Synopsis needed)


Ryan ST

On the ground left with an unidentified small passenger aircraft.

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Stinson A

Reg. NC15107 Stinson A c/n 9107. Later sold to China where it worn 24245 code.

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Model Store

Comet Models was a major model design company in the prewar years based in Chicago, Illinois. Their products were balsa flying models and wooden static models. You can see their usual box below (and on the discussion tab).

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What seems to be a wooden Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress but the type and company are unsure.

Seen at 08:07.

Fairchild 24Cs

Reg. NC14366 Fairchild 24C-8C c/n 2629 seen at takeoff.

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Reg. NC16350 Fairchild 24C-8E c/n 2811 (some minutes later during the flight in the storm).

Seen at 08:07.

Unidentified Aircraft

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Ryan ST-A

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Reg. NC16039 Ryan STA c/n 128. Already seen in Test Pilot.

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Reg. NC14912 Ryan STA c/n 105.

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Flying Motor Model

Still to be identified. Play a major role (other models have rubber propulsion).

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Stinson Reliant

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