Myra Breckinridge

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Myra Breckinridge poster.

Movie (1970)

Mae West (Leticia Van Allen)
John Huston (Buck Loner)
Raquel Welch (Myra Breckinridge)
Rex Reed (Myron Breckinridge)

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Douglas DC-2-120

Registration NC14274, c/n 1307. Crashed on 14 January 1936. Same footage in other works at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

Reg. NC14274 Douglas DC-2 of American Airlines.

Slingsby T.49 Capstan

Registration N5551 (currently belongs to a Vans RV-8). Records indicate this Slingsby T.49 Capstan was serial 1599, originally registered G-AWDV. It was transferred to the American register in June 1968 before being re-registered in the UK in August 1968. It was destroyed in a fire at the Slingsby factory in November 1968.


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