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The Man Who Found Himself movie poster.

Movie (1937)
French title : Un homme qui se retrouve

Starring:
John Beal (Dr James Stanton Jr.)
Joan Fontaine (Doris King)
Phillip Huston (Richard 'Dick' Miller)
Jane Walsh (Barbara Reed)

James Stanton is a young brilliant surgeon. He spent his free time flying despite his father's dislike this. One stormy night, he crashed killing his passenger, the wife of another doctor. Headlines and professional council banned him as like as did his bride Barbara. Going west, he's now a tramp and is working on a road when an old friend crosses his way. This pilot wants to help James and is able to persue CEO of the Air Company to enlisted his friend as a mechanic. But this company hides a beautiful nurse who will quickly changed his life.

Stinson SR-5 (or 7) Reliant

The plane used by James when he's flying by night in a terrible storm ... and crah lands.

Ford Trimotor

TMWFH Ford Tri.jpg

Lockheed 10A Electra

Reg. NC14946

TMWFH L-10 NC14946.jpg

This Lockheed 10A Electra c/n 1033 is acting as Air ambulance ...

TMWFH L-10.jpg

Without seat, the cabin seems wide but just for a stretcher and a jump seat.

TMWFH L-10inside.jpg

Well, at the end, two surgeons and three nurses are doing a surgery ! this would be more realistic inside a Douglas...

Missing Screenshot

On the appron and inside the hangar we can see several airplane in the background / distance.

Several Douglas

DC-2 and DC-3s including one in the colors of American Airlines.

McDaneld Romair

We see only the tail of NC300, the single airframe built.

Lockheed Vega

Pasped Skylark W1

Thanks to the U.S. Registry ! (X-14919)

Stinson R

Ryan Brougham B5

Vultee V-1

Waco Cabin UIC

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