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The Unsuspected movie poster.

Movie (1947)
French title : Le crime était presque parfait (1947)

Starring:
Joan Caulfield (Matilda Frazier)
Claude Rains (Victor Grandison)
Audrey Totter (Althea Keane)
Constance Bennett (Jane Moynihan)

(Synopsis needed)


Douglas DC-6 & Douglas DC-4 & Douglas DC-3

From left to right, a DC-4, a DC-6, another DC-4, and in the background a batch of Douglas DC-3, and a Lockheed Constellation.

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Lockheed Hudson I

Close up on the left Wright Cyclone of a Lockheed Hudson.
This shot is seen in the middle of the first Constellation scene when the engine is starting.

Lockheed Hudson I.

Lockheed L-749 Constellation

Lockheed L-749 Constellation of PAA-Pan American World Airways.

This picture is mirror inverted, door on the right and Pan Am's logo on the stairs are clues.
Tail fin stripes remind TWA's livery, but it doesn't match with the fuselage stripes and TWA logo missing. Airline to be found out.

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Pan American World Airways L-749.

Lockheed L-749 Constellation of PAA-Pan American World Airways.


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