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Dver, otkrytaya v nebo title screen.

Documentary (1973)
Russian title : дверь открытая в небо

Starring:
Andrei Tupolev (Himself)

(Synopsis needed)


Tupolev Tu-144S

Reg. SSSR-77102 (CCCP-77102) first Tupolev Tu-144S during its rollout in 1972. Crashed on 3rd June 1973 on the Paris Air Show in Le Bourget (Exhibition code 451). Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

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Seen again near the end.

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Otto Lilienthal Segelflugzeug N°3

Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

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Human Powered Flight

Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

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Unidentified Aviette

Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

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Taylor McDaniel inflatable rubber glider

Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

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Santos Dumont 14-bis

Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

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Unidentified Balloon

The bad quality of the copy makes us cautious but it seems it could be Alberto Santos Dumont in the gondola of one of its own designed balloon.

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Voisin III

This shot will be used again on the DVD09 of Wings of Russia (page 2).

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Wright A

Same aircraft seen in other movies - IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

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Voisin Farman I

Same footage in Les avions de la première guerre mondiale 1914-1916.

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Henri Farman H.F. 30

This type (not used by the French) was widely popular in Russia where 400 were built under license. On frontline between 1916 and 1921 for reconnaissance duties and bobmbing, the last ones served as trainer between 1921 and 1925.

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Biplan Farman

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Ilyushin Il-18

In the distance.

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Unidentified Aircraft

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Tupolev ANT-1

This picture is used again in Poèma o kryl’jah.

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Tupolev ANT-20

On the assembly line.

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Starting the engines.

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Then the takeoff.

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Polikarpov R-5

Chasing the Tupolev ANT-20.

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Tupolev ANT-4

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Bearing the registration URSS-300 (the URSS- prefix was used for aircraft flying abroad in the 1930s), Osoaviakh im titles and the name Strana Sovetov (The Soviet State), the second prototype was used for publicity flights. Seen here at its arrival at New-York in 1929.
Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

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Tupolev ANT-25

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Tupolev Tu-104B

Reg. SSSR-42434 (CCCP-42434) Tupolev Tu-104B c/n 920801 used by Aeroflot between 1959 and 1978. Shot used again on DVD10 of Wings of Russia (page 2).

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Tupolev Tu-144

Lots of shot of concept desk models ...

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Several shots will be used again on Wings of Russia (page 2) (DVD10).

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... but lots of industry documentary too. For example :

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Tupolev Tu-144S

Reg. SSSR-77101 (CCCP-77101) pre-production Tupolev Tu-144S.

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