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Movie (1935)

Marja Bogda (Janka Zatorska)
Baska (Barbara) Orwid (Ewa Zatorska)
Adam Brodzisz (Adam Halny)
Mieczysław Cybulski (Zygmunt Zatorski, Ewa's husband)

The story about two friends, Adam and Zygmunt, serving in the floatplanes escadrille of the Polish Navy.

Franco-British Aviation FBA 17HE2

Flying boat code 42. Some source says that #43 was used but destroyed during the filming.

RB35 FBA17-42 31mn11.jpg
RB35 FBA17-flying.jpg
RB35 FBA17-flying2.jpg
RB35 FBA17-1h03mn09.jpg
RB35 FBA17-zaginelo.jpg

Unidentified Aircraft


RB35 Flypast.jpg

Lublin R-XIII Ter Hydro

Ten seaplanes produced from 1934 (nos. 704-713); 708 is clearly identified among the 6 airframes seen.

RB35 Lublin-RXIII.jpg
RB35 Lublin-RXIII-708.jpg
RB35 Lublin-RXIIIterH.jpg

Lublin R-XIII G

Six seaplanes wearing code 714 to 719. We spot quickly the first of them.

RB35 Lublin-RXIII-714.jpg

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