It Happened One Night

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It Happened One Night movie poster.

Movie (1934)
French title : New York - Miami

Clark Gable (Peter Warne)
Claudette Colbert (Ellen "Ellie" Andrews)
Walter Connolly (Alexander Andrews, Ellie's father)
Roscoe Karns (Oscar Shapeley)

A spoiled heiress, running away from her family, is helped by a man who's actually a reporter, recently fired and looking for a story.

Vultee V-1

It Happened One Night Vultee-V1.jpg

The cabin seems too wide and is probably a movie set.

It Happened One Night cabin-set.jpg

Kellett K-3

Autogyro registered NC12691, c/n 16. Same aircraft in other works at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft (Rotary-Wing).
W. Wallace Kellett is unknown to most people. In 1939, he was working at Seversky as Managing Director. In october, when Alexander Seversky was dismissed, he was appointed CEO and led the change of the company from Seversky to Republic.

It Happened One Night Kellett coming.jpg
It Happened One Night Kellett K-3.jpg
It Happened One Night Kellett groom.jpg
It Happened One Night Kellett groom2.jpg
It Happened One Night Kellett NC12691.jpg

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