Les cinq sous de Lavarède

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Les cinq sous de Lavarède movie poster.

Movie (1939)
English title : The Five Cents of Lavarede

Starring:
Fernandel (Armand Lavarède)
Josette Day (Miss Aurett Murlington)
Marcel Vallée (Mr Bouvreuil)
Jean Dax (Sir Murlington)

(Synopsis needed)


Bloch MB.220

Seen during the very first minutes, overflying Central Africa (a geographic zone which never saw this plane !).
Registration F-AOHD, c/n 4. Delivered to Air France on October 1937. Sold to Societe Auxiliaire de Navigation Aerienne in 1949.

Reg.F-AOHD Bloch MB.220 Auvergne of Air France.

All other aviation scenes are during the last quarter.

Footage used flipped (note the tail with the mirrored F).

Probably the same aircraft, now shown on the right way with a better quality so we can read the registration F-AOHJ. This Bloch MB.220, c/n 10 was delivered to Air France in April 1938.
Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

Reg.F-AOHJ Bloch MB.220 Poitou of Air France.

Wibault 282T

Registration F-AKEL, c/n 2, Delivered to French State on July 1932 as 280T and loan to CIDNA-Compagnie Internationale De Navigation Aérienne. The plane was modified to 281T, then to 282.T12 in 1933 when registered in the new Air France fleet.

Reg.F-AKEL Wibault 282.T12 Le Rapide of Air France.

Fokker F.VIIb/3m

Registration F-ALGT, c/n 24. Delivered to CIDNA-Compagnie Internationale De Navigation Aérienne on May 1931 with c/n 18. Rebuilt with new wings in 1932 as c/n 24. Changed to Air France in 1933.

Reg.F-ALGT Fokker F.VIIb/3m La Railleuse of Air France.
Reg.F-ALGT Fokker F.VIIb/3m La Railleuse of Air France.

Unidentified Aircraft

Overflying Marseille.

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Elsewhere ...

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