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Just Imagine movie poster.

Movie (1930)
French title : L'amour en l'an 2000

Starring:
El Brendel (Single O)
Maureen O'Sullivan (LN-18)
Marjorie White (D-6)
John Garrick (J-21)

You think that 1930 is the last word in speed ? Why ? Because in 1880 all was so quiet ? But just imagine the world in 1980 ...

Fictional Aircraft

1980 : most of the moves are by air. Rules are the same as for cars and policemen (under the standstill balloon in orange circle) decide which airway must stop.

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Private flying machines of various models.

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Note the twin airship under the right wing.
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Hovering devices.

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Air Liner Pegasus of U.S. Air Lines.

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Space Ship intended for Mars.

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Ticker tape parade.

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