La règle du jeu

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La règle du jeu movie poster.

Movie (1939)
Also known as: The Rules of the Game

Roland Toutain (André Jurieux)
Nora Gregor (Christine de la Cheyniest)
Marcel Dalio (Marquis Robert de la Cheyniest)
Julien Carette (Marceau, the poacher)
Paulette Dubost (Lisette)

Aéroport de Paris-Le Bourget, late in one night of 1939. André Jurieux is landing after a solo flight above the North Atlantic. How deep is his deception when he realises that Christine, the woman he loves isn't there ! But the coming days will offer him the real face of the upper society through the game of love, affairs and reputation. A world without any position to him.

Caudron-Renault C.601 Aiglon

Built as a C.600 (F-ANSB, c/n 2/7026) in 1935, the plane was modified the next year as the first C.601 with a new Renault Pei of 140 hp engine.

Reg. F-ANSB Caudron-Renault C.601 Aiglon.
Reg. F-ANSB Caudron-Renault C.601 Aiglon.
Reg. F-ANSB Caudron-Renault C.601 Aiglon.
F-ANSB, c/n 2/7026, C.601 Aiglon.
F-ANSB, c/n 2/7026, C.601 Aiglon.

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