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SOS Eisberg movie poster.

Movie (1933)
Also known as : SOS Iceberg

Starring:
Gustav Diessl (Professor Dr. Karl Lorenz)
Leni Riefenstahl (Hella Lorenz)
Sepp Rist (Dr. Johannes Krafft)
Ernst Udet (The Pilot)

Professor Karl Lorenz is among the iceberg when his kayak is broken. A rescue team finds him but is too prisoner of the ice and eventually, it's Hella who found them from her plane. Unfortunately, she crashes and a new team must reach the shipwrecked, victims of the starvation.

Junkers A 20

The two screenshots are from the beginning, taken during an airshow. Please, note that close-up views of the cockpit (with others pilots) are used during flights of the DH60 over the icebergs.

Junkers A 20 reg. D-574.
SOSeisberg Junkers-A20 0h15m51.jpg

De Havilland DH60 Genet Moth

Reg. D-1651 De Havilland DH60 Genet Moth, c/n 271.
Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

De Havilland DH60 Genet Moth, reg. D-1651, c/n 271.
De Havilland DH60 Genet Moth, reg. D-1651, c/n 271.
De Havilland DH60 Genet Moth, reg. D-1651, c/n 271.

Klemm VL. 26b

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

SOSeisberg Klemm 0h38m44.jpg
SOSeisberg Klemm 0h39m34.jpg
Note the camera added just before the tailplane.
SOSeisberg Klemm 1h19m28.jpg

BFW M.23 bw

An old M.23 was sacrified in place of the Klemm for this shot where the plane ends in flames.

BFW M 23 bW reg. D-1970.

Udet U12b Spezial Flamingo

Udet U12b Spezial Flamingo, Reg. D-822 c/n 269
Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

SOSeisberg U-12b D-822 0h16m00.jpg
SOSeisberg U-12b D-822 0h16m22.jpg


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