The Flying Deuces

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The Flying Deuces movie poster.

Movie (1939)

Stan Laurel (Stan)
Oliver Hardy (Ollie)
Jean Parker (Georgette)
Reginald Gardiner (Francois)

In Paris, Ollie falls in love of Georgette who rejects him. Ready to commit suicide in the Seine River, he's stopped by a lieutenant of the Légion Etrangère. But once enlisted, in case Ollie forgets Georgette, they soon realise they need to escape such hard society.

Travel Air 6000 (Curtiss Wright 6-B)

FlyingDeuces Curtiss-Wright 6-B.jpg
FlyingDeuces TravelAir-6000.jpg

Gloster Gauntlet

FlyingDeuces Gloster-Gauntlet.jpg

During the aerobatics, the registration K7809 is visible. According websites, this is a Gloster Gauntlet which crashed at take off in 1938.

Gloster Gauntlet.

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