Les copains du dimanche

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Les copains du dimanche movie poster.

Movie (1958)
East German title : Sonntagsfreunde

Starring:
Jean-Paul Belmondo (Trebois)
Marc Cassot (Casti)
Julien Bertheau (Jean Raymond alias RAF)
Yves Deniaud (Manaquin, le vieil ouvrier)
Paul Frankeur (Le directeur)
Evelyne Ker (Monique)

(Synopsis needed)


Lockheed L-1049 Constellation

In the aircraft building company where the characters work. Probably in Air France maintenance hall, as we can see Lockheed Constellation's Wright R-3350 Turbo Compound engines on reparation work.

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Taylorcraft Auster V & Nord Norécrin

Ex-RAF aircraft used for observation during the WWII, a British built variation of American Taylorcraft Model A of the late 30’s. This airplane was produced in various versions after the war as Auster, a company who merge into Beagle in the 60’s.
Note the Nord Norécrin in the background.

Reg.F-BAVT Taylorcraft Auster V of Aero-Club Les Ailerons d’Enghien-Moisselles.
Reg.F-BAVT Taylorcraft Auster V of Aero-Club Les Ailerons d’Enghien-Moisselles.
Reg.F-BAVT Taylorcraft Auster V of Aero-Club Les Ailerons d’Enghien-Moisselles.
Reg.F-BAVT Taylorcraft Auster V of Aero-Club Les Ailerons d’Enghien-Moisselles.

Another one.

Reg.F-BAVS Taylorcraft Auster V J-2 of Aero-Club Les Ailerons d’Enghien-Moisselles.

Piper J-3 Cub

Reg. F-BDTC Piper J3C65 c/n 12 890.

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Fouga CM170 Magister

Front cover of (French) Aviation Magazine n°179 (5th April 1956), issue dedicated to the Magister Fouga CM-170.

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Douglas DC-4

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Vought F-8U-1 Crusader

Front cover of (French) Aviation Magazine n°208 (oct 1956).

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De Havilland DH82A Tiger Moth

After many hours of restauration by all “Sunday friends team” , the aircraft is ready for its first flight. Successful work.

Reg.F-BFVU De Havilland DH82A Tiger Moth of Aeroclub Central des Métallurgistes.
Reg.F-BFVU De Havilland DH82A Tiger Moth of Aeroclub Central des Métallurgistes.
Reg.F-BFVU De Havilland DH82A Tiger Moth of Aeroclub Central des Métallurgistes.
Reg.F-BFVU De Havilland DH82A Tiger Moth of Aeroclub Central des Métallurgistes.
Reg.F-BFVU De Havilland DH82A Tiger Moth of Aeroclub Central des Métallurgistes.


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