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Dick Barton at Bay movie poster.

Movie (1950)

Starring:
Don Stannard (Dick Barton)
Tamara Desni (Anna)
George Ford (Snowey White)
Meinhart Maur (Serge Volkoff)

Special Agent Dick Barton has been assigned to recover a kidnapped professor and de-activate a death ray before catastrophe occurs and World War III is declared.

Also from this series:

Dick Barton Strikes Back

De Havilland DH98 Mosquito

A burning airframe.

DBarton-Bay crash.jpg

Avro 685 York Mk 1

Reg. G-AGOD Avro York Mk 1 c/n 1231 christened Midlothian by BOAC. Was WW577 or EP-ADC at others times.

Reg. G-AGOD Avro 685 York Mk 1 Midlothian of BOAC-British Overseas Airways Corporation.

Reg. G-AGNM c/n 1215 named Murchison. Was XA192 and WW511 when used by Royal Air Force.

Reg. G-AGNM Avro 685 York Mk 1 Murchison of BOAC-British Overseas Airways Corporation.

Reg. G-AGSO c/n 1239 is this York christened Marston. Worn serial WW467 when in service with the R.A.F.

Reg. G-AGSO Avro 685 York Mk 1 Marston of BOAC-British Overseas Airways Corporation.

Reg. G-AGOB c/n 1229 named Milford, flew between 1945 and 1962. Was WW501 for the R.A.F.

Reg. G-AGOB Avro 685 York Mk 1 Milford of BOAC-British Overseas Airways Corporation.
Reg. G-AGOB Avro 685 York Mk 1 Milford of BOAC-British Overseas Airways Corporation.

Douglas DC-3

In the background.

DBarton-Bay DC-3.jpg

Douglas DC-4

Douglas DC-4 of KLM-Royal Dutch Airlines.
Douglas DC-4 of KLM-Royal Dutch Airlines.

Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress

Wing shape and horizontal stabilizator don't suit with the Avro York's shape. And the tail gunner station is prominent.

DBarton-Bay DC-4-flypast.jpg

Probably another Flying Fortress boxes.

DBarton-Bay last-flypast.jpg


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