Les grandes ondes (à l'ouest)

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Les grandes ondes (à l'ouest) movie poster.

Movie (2013)
English title : Longwave
Portuguese title : Ondas de Abril

Valérie Donzelli (Julie)
Michel Vuillermoz (Cauvin)
Patrick Lapp (Bob, the technician and driver)
Francisco Belard (Pelé, the young Portuguese assistant)

A Swiss production team, who are assigned to produce a puff piece in Portugal, witness the Carnation Revolution.

Convair 990-30A Coronado

Most of the shots are from Landung in Hong Kong a short promotional movie (1964).

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Reg. HB-ICC Convair 990-30A Coronado chistened St. Gallen and operated by Swissair from 1962 to 1975 (maiden flight as N8499H). Now on display at the Swiss Transport Museum (Lucerne, Switzerland).

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Arrival at Hong Kong Kai Tak International Airport.

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Reg. HB-ICF Convair 990-30A Coronado chistened Schaffhausen and operated by Swissair between 1964 and 1975. Convair rolled out her as N8485H.

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Cessna U-3

Bob's memory wall inside the van.

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