How to Steal a Million

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How to Steal a Million DVD cover.

Movie (1966)

Audrey Hepburn (Nicole)
Peter O'Toole (Simon Dermott)
Eli Wallach (Davis Leland)
Hugh Griffith (Bonnet)
Charles Boyer (De Solnay)
Fernand Gravey (Grammont)
Marcel Dalio (Senor Paravideo)
Jacques Marin (Chief Guard)

Romantic comedy about a woman who must steal a statue from a Paris museum to help conceal her father's art forgeries, and the man who helps her.

Dassault Mystère 20

Dassault Mystère 20 prototype that flew on May 4th 1963 for its first time. The serie will be renamed later as Falcon.
Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

Reg.F-WLKB Dassault Mystère 20 prototype.

On 10 June 1965, Jacqueline Auriol set the women's world record speed at the controls of F-WLKB, with an average speed of 859 kilometers per hour over 1000 km. This event is recalled by the rainbow ribbon.

Reg.F-WLKB Dassault Mystère 20 prototype.
Reg.F-WLKB Dassault Mystère 20 prototype.
Reg.F-WLKB Dassault Mystère 20 prototype.

Action shot at Paris-Orly.

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