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Short Movie (2014)
English title : Mynarski Death Plummet

Alex Rzeszowski (Andrew Mynarski)
Robert Vilar (Pat Brophy the trapped rear gunner)
Annie St-Pierre (Annie St-Pierre)
Louis Negin (Mayor of Cambrai)

Night of 12/13 June 1944, over Cambrai (northern France).

Note: This is an animated film. The aircraft shown in it are therefore not actual aircraft, however, where a reasonable depiction of an actual aircraft has been created, it has been identified as best as possible.

Avro Lancaster Mk X

Avro Lancaster Mk X bomber, serial KB726, coded "VR-A", 419 Bomber Squadron, 3 Group, Bomber Command, Royal Canadian Air Force.
A restored Lancaster operated by the Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum in Hamilton, Ontario, is painted in these markings and is seen in What the Dambusters Did Next.

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Pat Brophy, the tail gunner, couldn't escape the falling Lancaster but survived the crash. His testimony was the first step to Mynarski Victoria Cross award.

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Luftwaffe Nightfighter

Mynarski's Lancaster was shot down by a Junkers Ju-88 nightfighter.

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