La jeune fille et les loups

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La jeune fille et les loups movie poster.

Movie (2008)

Laetitia Casta (Angèle)
Stefano Accorsi (Giuseppe)
Jean-Paul Rouve (Emile Garcin)
Miglen Mirtchev (Zhormov)

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Royal Aircraft Factory S.E.5A (Modified Replica)

From the Musée Volant Salis. Upgraded with a lever to switch the landing gear from wheels to skis.

La-jeune-fille-et-les-loups SE5A.jpg
La-jeune-fille-et-les-loups SE5Ab.jpg
La-jeune-fille-et-les-loups SE5Ac.jpg

Potez 25

A replica (but with an authentic engine) under construction for the MAE (Le Bourget Air Museum, near Paris) through the Association de sauvegarde du patrimoine Potez 25. The project which started in 2001 reached a first end in 2009 and has been displaid deliberatly with no cover on half the aircraft to show the framing. From Summer 2012, no more exposed in order to achieve a full work.

La-jeune-fille-et-les-loups Potez25.jpg

Among other background aircraft, we can quickly seen the Morane-Saulnier MS.138 reg. F-AZAJ alongside another biplane (Caudron Luciole or Polikarpov Po-2 ?).
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