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Laissez-passer poster.

Movie (2002)
English title: Safe Conduct

Jacques Gamblin (Jean-Devaivre)
Denis Podalydès (Jean Aurenche)
Charlotte Kady (Suzanne Raymond)
Christian Berkel (Dr. Greven)

In occupied France, German-run Continental Films calls the shots in the movie business. Assistant director and Resistance activist Jean Devaivre works for Continental, where he can get "in between the wolf's teeth and avoid being chewed up". Fast-living screenwriter Jean Aurenche uses every possible argument to avoid working for the enemy. For both, wartime is a battle for survival.

De Havilland DH.89A Dragon Rapide

Registration F-AZCA, c/n 6541 built in 1940.
Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.


Beechcraft E18S

Registration F-AZEJ, c/n BA-359. Usually this aircraft has the US roundel as it wears the colors of the General Patton's personal aircraft.
Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.


Dassault Flamant


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