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The Pilot movie poster.

Movie (1980)

Starring:
Cliff Robertson (Mike Hagan)
Diane Baker (Pat Simpson)
Frank Converse (Jim Cochran)
Milo O'Shea (Dr. O'Brian)

Mike Hagan is a damned good pilot. Once in its private Pitts Special then as captain aboard the airliner. Despite a pleasant wife and a lovely daughter, he can't stay away a bottle. When occurred an incident during take-off, he saved the plane and all passengers but can't hide more longer his alcoholism.

Unidentified Aircraft

First and last picture of the movie. Not sure it's the same aircraft.
Perhaps a Grumman G-164A Ag Cat?

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Boeing 727-235

Boeing 727-235 of National Airlines.

Douglas DC-8-32

Fictitious airline North American. Registration unreadable on this poor issue; who can find a better one?

Douglas DC-8-32.
Douglas DC-8-32.

Probably the same aircraft with different names to ease the switch between crews of the same company.

Douglas DC-8-32.
Douglas DC-8-32.
Douglas DC-8-32.

Aerotek S-2A Special

Registration N9CC adorn with the name of Mike Hagan. This aircraft flies now under registration N511P.

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Cessna 172

Just a glimpse.

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North American T-6 Texan

Far right.

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Piper J-3C-65 Cub

Reg. N3628N a 1947 Piper J3C-65 c/n 22881.

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Unidentified Aircraft

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Douglas DC-8-32 & Supermarine Spitfire

Two desk models: at left, a Douglas DC-8 with a Supermarine Spitfire in the bottom right corner.

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