The Lavender Hill Mob

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The Lavender Hill Mob French movie poster.

Movie (1951)
French title : De l'or en barre

Starring:
Alec Guinness (Henry "Dutch" Holland)
Stanley Holloway (Alfred "Al" Pendlebury)
Sid James (Lackery Wood)
Alfie Bass (Shorty Fisher)

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Saunders-Roe SR.45 Princess

Only this picture on the newspaper.

LHM Princess.jpg

Douglas C-47A-10-DK Dakota

Built in 1944 as a Douglas C-47A-10-DK Dakota c/n 12472 s/n 42-92648, pressed into RAF service as Dakota III KG437. Registered in 1946 as G-AGYX and sold to BOAC - British Overseas Airways Corporation then quickly to BEA-British European Airways (between 1946 and 1961). Later registered PH-MAG then 5N-ATA and eventualy N91050T until 1987. The derelic airframe was later sold as an American Bistro and the nose section is now part of the Hendon Museum.

Reg.G-AGYX Douglas C-47A-10-DK Dakota of BEA-British European Airways.

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