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Welcome to Marwen movie poster.

Movie (2018)
French title : Bienvenue à Marwen

Steve Carell (Mark Hogancamp / Captain Hogie)
Leslie Mann (Nicol)
Merritt Wever (Roberta)
Diane Kruger (Deja Thoris, the Belgian Witch)

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Curtiss P-40K Warhawk

Captain Hogie is shot down by Anti Aircraft Artilery over Belgium. Christened Hogie's Revenge, it's a sharkmouthed Curtiss P-40K Warhawk ... used over CBI theater (CBI meaning China - Birman - India). Later, half of a fuselage (1/3-scale ?) is fixed on the wall of Mark's flat.

Marwen p40.jpg

Twin-motored transport plane

The ⅙-scale bar set has two posters with the Curtiss P-40 (1) and a red stamp featuring a twin-engined transport plane (2).
This stamp (both 6 and 15 cents are close to this color) was issued between June 25, 1941 and October 29, 1941. We guess a Douglas DC-3 but with the three-tail unit of the Douglas DC-4E prototype. It's not this Douglas DC-4E as this aircraft was a four-engined machine.

Marwen bar.jpg

Boeing B-17

Mark Hogancamp house is full of painting and poster on various subject including a front view of a Boeing B-17.
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Hobby Shop

In the background several model kits are on the rack : ships, cars, aircraft, ... The most visible are :

  • Airfix 1/72 Douglas Dakota Mk IV (ref. A08015 issued on 2015)
  • Revell
  • white box Saturn V rocket (1/72 Dragon ?)

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model kit hung from the ceiling

Mark's flat got a light grey twin tail aircraft seen very blurred. Maybe a German nightfighter Dornier Do 217. At the very last of the movie, it seems this model is now a four-engined one : Junkers Ju 290 ?
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