Vremya pervyh

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Movie (2017)
Russian title : Время первых
French (!) title : The spacewalker
English title : The Age of Pioneers

Yevgeny Mironov (Alexey Leonov, the Spacewalker)
Konstantin Khabensky (Pavel Belyayev, the commander of Voskhod-2)
Vladimir Ilyin (Sergei Korolev, general designer of the Soviet space program)
Anatoly Kotenyov (lieutenant-general Nikolai Kamanin)

(Synopsis needed)

Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-15 bis

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Antonov An-2

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Tupolev Tu-104AK

Reg. CCCP-42390 / SSSR-42390 Tu-104 c/n 8350705 was built in 1958 and saw military special flight service despite using Aeroflot colours and wearing a civil registration. Converted for Zero-G cosmonaut training and based at Chkalovski.
It arrived at Monino for display in 1979 but in a private area. In a poor condition, the movie is using CGI.

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Voskhod 11A57

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Tupolev Tu-126

Surprising sight : the Tupolev Tu-126 was just put into service in 1965. A test aircraft was flying since 1962 but the airborne Liana radar had no look-down capability. So using it to detect the Voskhod (less three meters size) in heavy forest is very surprising ... if not just a fictitious event.

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Mil Mi-8

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Ilyushin Il-18V

Flight from Perm to Baikonur. The real flight was done using an Antonov An-10.

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23 March 1965 : Arrival at Moscow-Vnukovo airfield. Ilyushin Il-18V of Aeroflot c/n 184007802 registration CCCP-75563 built in 1964 and crashed on 6 April 1967 while performing a technical flight Domodedovo-Vnukovo.

Archive footage.

Ilyushin Il-76

Anachronistic background as the Ilyushin Il-76 maiden flight was only on 1971.

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Ilyushin Il-18V & Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-17

Archive footage.

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Mil Mi-6

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Mil Mi-4

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