La métamorphose des cloportes

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La métamorphose des cloportes movie poster.

Movie (1965)
English title: Cloportes

Starring:
Lino Ventura (Alphonse Maréchal)
Charles Aznavour (Edmond)
Irina Demick (Catherine Verdier)
Maurice Biraud (Arthur)
Georges Géret (Joseph "Rouquemoute" Gerhard)
Pierre Brasseur (Tonton)

Three little criminals get a tip for a great coup with lots of money in it. Unfortunately they lack the starting funds to buy the required welding torch. So they persuade their successful colleague Alphonse to join their team. But the well thought-out coup fails, and Alphonse is the only one of them who ends up in jail for several years. When he's released, he's out for revenge!

Unidentified Jet Pack

Given of one of the highlights of 1961, it could be the Bell Rocketbelt which first flew in 1960.

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Mercury-Atlas 1 ?

(1960 night launch)

Lockheed L-749A Constellation

Lockheed L-749A Constellation of TWA - Trans World Airlines.

Scout Rocket

(1961)

Mercury-Atlas

1962 & 1963.

Boeing 707-436

The Beatles landing in Australia during their 1964 World Tour.

Augusta Bell 204B

Pope Paul VI "in Italia" so with an Augusta Bell 204B of Aeronautica Militare (Italian Air Force).

Augusta Bell 204B.


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