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Disambiguation : this page is about the French-American 1970 Movie ; for the 2017 French-Belgian film, look at La promesse de l'aube.

Movie (1970)
French title : La promesse de l'aube

Starring:
Melina Mercouri (Nina Kacew)
Assi Dayan (Romain age 25)
Didier Haudepin (Romain age 15)
François Raffoul (Romain age 9)

A Soviet silent-film actress raises her illegitimate son, who becomes the writer Romain Gary.

Douglas A-26 Invader

Slighty modified to act as a North American B-25 Mitchell ...

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... or a Bristol Blenheim (in fact as said by the narrator, it should be a Douglas Boston).

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Stampe SV.4

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Fairchild UC61K Argus III

Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

Leading two unidentified aircrafts.

Caudron C.280 Phalène

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Morane-Saulnier MS.317

(bottom left)

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Bücker Bü 133 Jungmeister

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Dassault Flamant MD 312 and/or MD 315

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Beechcraft E18S

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Potez 60 Sauterelle

(background) Probably Potez 60 F-AOSE c/n 4184 which was part of the AJBS non flying collection.
If right, this aircraft was later sold in 1990 and then registered F-POSE. She knew a second first flight on 1999 and is still in flying condition nowadays (2016 at least).

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SNCAC Martinet

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Heinkel He 277

Only two prototypes built at the very end of 1944 by Germany. A shape with only two engine nacelles (Heinkel He 177) would have been more realistic.

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