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Holiday for Lovers poster.

Movie (1959)

Starring:
Clifton Webb (Robert Dean)
Jane Wyman (Mrs. Mary Dean)
Jill St. John (Meg Dean)
Carol Lynley (Betsy Dean)

When the oldest daughter decides to stay in South America while on a school tour, her father decides to take the rest of the family there for vacation to find out why.

Douglas DC-7C Seven Seas

Registration N754PA, c/n 45121/798 built in 1957. Named Clipper Derby.

Reg. N754PA Douglas DC-7C Seven Seas Clipper Derby of Pan Am-Pan American World Airways.
Reg. N754PA Douglas DC-7C Seven Seas Clipper Derby of Pan Am-Pan American World Airways.
Reg. N754PA Douglas DC-7C Seven Seas Clipper Derby of Pan Am-Pan American World Airways.

Douglas DC-7B

Registration N776PA, c/n 44870/605 built in 1955. Named Clipper Nonpareil.

Reg. N776PA Douglas DC-7B Clipper Nonpareil of Pan Am-Pan American World Airways.

Convair 340

Convair 340 of Cruzeiro do Sul.

Douglas DC-7 & Saab 90 Scandia

DC-7 of Pan Am landing behind with Saab 90 Scandias of VASP parked in the foreground.

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Curtiss C-46 Commando

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Convair 340-36

A Convair of Hawaiian Airlines with fictional "VAB-Viação Aérea Brasileira" titles and logo applied.

Convair 340-36 of Hawaiian Airlines.
Convair 340-36 of Hawaiian Airlines.
Convair 340-36 of Hawaiian Airlines.

Probably the same airframe seen later with fictional "LAP-Línea Aérea Peruana" titles and logo applied, and fictional Peruvian registration OB-AOD. However, we can now seen Hawaiian Airlines fleet number 25 on the engine, making this registration N5507K, c/n 33 built in 1952.

Reg. N5507K Convair 340-36 of Hawaiian Airlines.
Reg. N5507K Convair 340-36 of Hawaiian Airlines.

Lockheed L-049 Constellation

Registration PP-PDH, c/n 2050 built in 1946.

Reg. PP-PDH Lockheed L-049 Constellation Manoel Preto of Panair do Brasil.
Reg. PP-PDH Lockheed L-049 Constellation Manoel Preto of Panair do Brasil.

Douglas C-47 Skytrain

Peruvian Air Force?

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Douglas DC-7C Seven Seas

While registration PP-PDN was a real DC-7C operated by Panair do Brasil, in this case the registration and titles are false, painted onto a Pan Am DC-7.

Douglas DC-7C Seven Seas of Pan Am-Pan American World Airways.
Douglas DC-7C Seven Seas of Pan Am-Pan American World Airways.

Now with fictional "Aerolíneas de España" titles. However, 743 on the forward landing gear indicates that this airframe is registration N743PA, c/n 44885/762 built in 1956. Named Clipper Ocean Rover.

Reg. N743PA Douglas DC-7C Seven Seas Clipper Ocean Rover of Pan Am-Pan American World Airways.


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