Mysteres d'archives: 1946, Essais Atomiques a Bikini
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From The Internet Movie Plane Database
Each part of this French TV documentary series focuses on an event and analyses moves, facts, and how they are shown to us.
Also from this series:
Mysteres d'archives: 1937 crash du Hindenburg
Mystères d'archives (TV Series)
Season 1, Episode 8
Boeing B-29 of 58th BW, 509th CG (air photo unit).
Single shot of the Douglas C-54 of 58th BW, 509th CG, special photo aircraft.
One of the 200 cameramen of Crossroads.
Same plane, main cargo door.
Inside views of the special photo aircraft.
Comment says that's it's a training flight as nobody wears anti flash glasses.
From the well known Japanese news recording the Pearl Harbor raid.
Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.
Take off loaded with bombs.
A Corsair is secured on the deck of one the test vessel.
Three radio-controlled drone aircraft flying towards the bomb cloud; probably F6F-5K, despite lack of commentary.