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Where Eagles Dare movie poster.

Movie (1968)
French title : Quand les aigles attaquent

Starring:
Richard Burton (Maj. John Smith)
Clint Eastwood (Lt. Morris Schaffer)
Mary Ure (Mary Elison)
Patrick Wymark (Col. Turner)
Michael Hordern (Vice Adm. Rolland)
Donald Houston (Olaf Christiansen)

Allied agents stage a daring raid on a castle where the Nazis are holding an American General prisoner... but that's not all that's really going on.

Junkers Ju 52/3mg4e

Flies the Allied commando team into Bavaria and later rescues it at the end.
It's a Swiss Air Force Ju 52/3m, registration A-702 which was used as a Luftwaffe aircraft; the code could be that of the KGrzbV 109... if flipped.
Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

Junkers Ju 52/3mg4e.
Junkers Ju 52/3mg4e.
Junkers Ju 52/3mg4e.
Junkers Ju 52/3mg4e.
Junkers Ju 52/3mg4e.

Bell HTL-4

Flies General Rosemeyer to the Schloss Adler. Schaffer kills the pilot so it can't be used by the Germans. An American Bell HTL-4 (47G) equipped with German markings, this helicopter is the source of some controversy among viewers who aren't aware that there were rotary-wing aircraft during World War II, even on the German side (birotor Focke-Achgelis Fa 223 and Flettner Fl 282) . However, they looked much different than this, and it is several years too soon for the 47G. It is taken for granted by every character and even referred to as a helicopter in dialog.

Bell HTL-4.
Bell HTL-4.
Bell HTL-4.
Bell HTL-4.
Bell HTL-4.

North American T-6 Texan

"German" fighter planes seen at Oberhausen Airfield (in fact, loaned Austrian Air Force trainers). Smith cripples them by running into them one at a time with the bus so they can't take off and follow the Junkers.

North American T-6 Texan.
North American T-6 Texan.
North American T-6 Texan.
North American T-6 Texan.
North American T-6 Texan.


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