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Movie (1990)
Chinese title : 军统特遣队
English title : Special Task Team From M.I.

Starring:
Li Baoding / 李保定 (?)
Zhang Zhonghua / 张中华 (?)
Weng Guojun / 翁国钧 (?)

After Japan surrendered, local forces focused on eradicating the great traitor Zhou Fuhai who is fiercely contending with various political forces on Shanghai.

Harbin H-5

Just a sight on the vertical staibilizer, in the distance.

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Unidentified Helicopter

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Nanchang Y-5

(top left) Shape in the background, between the two Lisunov.

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Lisunov Li-2

Acting as a Douglas DC-3 or C-47 of the National Revolutionary Army (before 1947).

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Really the same one ?

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