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Miniseries (2012)
German title: Rosamunde Pilcher - Die andere Frau

Rupert Everett (Martin Kendall)
Natalia Wörner (Rebecca Kendall)
John Hannah (Richard Kendall)
Matt Barber (Ben)

Two part drama about a wife who finds out her husband has another wife and child after he is killed in a plane crash.

Also from this series:
Rosamunde Pilcher series

Various Aircraft

1. Cessna 185.
2. Registration C-FGSI, c/n U20602165 Cessna U206F Stationair of Alpine Aviation. Built in 1973.
3. Piper bush plane.
4. Floatplane, registration starts with C-GMxx. Probably a DHC-2.
5. Red and white floatplane behind C-FGSI.
(not numbered) an helicopter with a black and white two blades rotor; its tail rotor is near the tail of the DHC-2.
6. Registration C-GKEM, c/n 7277 Bombardier CRJ200LR of Air Canada Jazz. Built in 1998.

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Unidentified Aircraft

Taking off in the distance.

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Footage of a crashsite.


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