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Pearl Harbor : Hurricane or Sea Hurricane ?

Dear Sir,
Please read Talk:Pearl Harbor and you'll know why we've changed RAF paint scheme for FAA paint scheme.
Movies are not always historically right and IMPDB is only discribing what is visible on the screen. You're right : Battle of Britain never used Sea Hurricane but the Director, yes ! More seventy years later, such Old Soldiers are rare and welcomed even if not the most suitable for the action (that's why this Sea Hurricane is just seen in the background, not in flight !).
Among my project, Eagles over London is very interesting : Great Britain used Buchon (a derivative of the Messerschmitt Bf 109) when Luftwaffe is flying with ... Spitfire ! Of course, such a movie's page will say 'Buchon' under the British roundel and Spitfire wearing the swatiska. Despite History says the opposite, that's what is on the screen !
Otherwise, many thanks for your contribution, especially on Patriot Games !
Regards. LVCDC (talk) 14:10, 2 January 2019 (MST)