Vozdushnyy izvozchik

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Vozdushnyy izvozchik movie poster.

Movie (1943)
Russian title : Воздушный извозчик

Starring:
Mikhail Zharov (Baranov)
Lyudmila Tselikovskaya (Natasha)
Boris Blinov (The Colonel)
Grigoriy Shpigel (Svellovidov)

During the last times of peace, a young pilot, Ivan Baranov, made a force landing. In the lapstime of the repair work, one of its passenger, the young opera singer Natasha, sung to others peolple and peasants. They fall in love but at the the outbreak of war, their common fate faced adverse times through war dangers and Natasha's mother who whishes her daughter to mary the famous singer Svetlovidov.

Douglas DC-3

VI DC-3.jpg

Reg. CCCP-L3431.

VI DC-3 L-3431.jpg

Visual error as Natasha is disembaking, we catch a glimpse of this registration (URSS-M).

VI DC-3 URSS-M.jpg

But quickly, Natasha sings in front of L-3431 (and all problems are forgotten).

VI DC-3 L-3431 song.jpg

Tupolev SB-2

VI SB.jpg

Lisunov Li-2

Some short takes with a real one ...

VI Li-2.jpg

But most shots use a model.

VI Li-2 model.jpg

Junkers Ju 88

Made for movie models performing level bombing.

VI 4models-LwfB.jpg

Then one Junkers is diving with Baranov's Lisunov in sight.

VI MfM Ju88.jpg

Messerschmitt Bf 109

Again, models made for movie of what should be Messerschmitt Bf 109s.

VI MfM Bf109.jpg


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