Talk:Le diable rose

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I've slighty corrected the Bristol Beaufighter into Bristol 156 Beaufighter to be like others types of the Bristol Aeroplane Company.
LVCDC 12 October 2012

Unidentified Aircraft

The last one is perhaps a B-26 Marauder ?
LVCDC 12 October 2012

Not bad idea LVCDC, but don't you think rear part of fuselage too thin compared with what it should be on a B-26? I've compared it with a Mitsubishi Ki-21, and it match better. Those pictures are from archive footage of WWII, and story is set in France in 1944, but there's no logic in it, so why not pictures from East-Asian front ? Sixcyl 13:32, 12 October 2012 (MDT)

Archive footage used in another movie where we can clearly see the B-26 sliding on her left side engulfed by flames ... and revealing Invasion Stripes ... and the shape of the Marauder. LVCDC (talk) 14:18, 24 June 2018 (MDT)