Darling Lili

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Darling Lili movie poster.

Movie (1970)

Starring:
Julie Andrews (Lili Smith/Schmidt)
Rock Hudson (Major William Larrabee)
Jeremy Kemp (Colonel Kurt Von Ruger)
Lance Percival (Lieutenant Carstairs)

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Zeppelin R Class

Three releases were issued and this Zeppelin is missing on the most common and shortest one.

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Royal Aircraft Factory S.E.5 (replica)

Read comments on Von Richthofen and Brown which reused these aircraft but with a different paint scheme.

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Serial A1313 (sometimes A5435) is Slingsby T.56 c/n 1595 first registered G-AVOY but actually EI-ARM.

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(Rousseau Aviation) Fokker D.VII

Same airframe used for The Blue Max two years before (filming started in 1968 and ended in 1970). Reg. F-BNDF and F-BNDG and F-BNDH.

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How a wounded aircraft is spitting smoke ? Usually put some oil on hot exhaust. But if you want black smoke, this isn't the wright way. Director and technician chose this tip : two smoke cans on the landing gear.

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Pfalz D.III (replica)

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Fokker Dr.I (Bitz Flugzeugbau replica)

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Caudron C.277 Luciole

(front to back) Bitz Flugzeugbau (Fokker Dr.I replica), Pfalz D.III (replica), the three Rousseau (Fokker D.VII replica) and Caudron C.277 Luciole.

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Nota

Missing screenshot of ...

  • De Havilland DH.82C Tiger Moth (German aircraft) and
  • Miles Engineering (SE.5 replica).

Several aircraft are just set used to be destroy :

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