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Movie (1977)
English title: Big Deal / Love or Leave

Wladysław Hańcza (Władyslaw Kargul)
Wacław Kowalski (Kazimierz Pawlak)
Anna Dymna (Ania)
Duchyll Martin Smitht (Shirley Gladys Wright)
Robert Lewandowski (September)
Stanley Rogiński (Uplander)
Joseph Slowik (Tuner)

Continuation of the film Nie ma mocnych. Two neighbours, Polish farmers Pawlak and Kargul, together with their granddaughter Ania, travel to Chicago, where they want to visit the Pawlak's brother - John. Unfortunately, on the site, it appears that John died just a few days before their arrival. He left a will, which mentions his mysterious American daughter. The family decides to find the woman, but the cultural differences definitely don't make the things more easy...

Douglas DC-8-32 & Boeing 727

Registration N1776R, c/n 45602/60.
One of ONA's duo of bi-centennial liveries, N1976P being the other. Airplane taking off in the far background seems to be a Boeing 727.

Reg. N1776R Douglas DC-8-32 of ONA - Overseas National Airways and Boeing 727.

McDonnell Douglas DC-10-10

McDonnell Douglas DC-10-10 of United Airlines.
McDonnell Douglas DC-10-10 of United Airlines.

Next few with older colour scheme:

McDonnell Douglas DC-10-10 of United Airlines.
McDonnell Douglas DC-10-10 of United Airlines.
McDonnell Douglas DC-10-10 of United Airlines.

Boeing 727-200


Unidentified Aircraft

In film as the interior of the first DC-10 (from the pics above)... Looks to me like Il-62.

KAZUA (1).jpg

Unidentified Aircraft

And seems different one (for sure different in movie), but differences are to me rather small. Used at the end of the film this time. It seems to play a PLL LOT plane, which took the main characters back home (with landing in Warsaw). In real life to the transatlantic air services, LOT used back then Il-62s.

KAZLOT (1).jpg

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