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Xingu movie poster.

Movie (2011)

João Miguel (Claudio Villas Boas)
Felipe Camargo (Orlando Villas Boas)
Caio Blat (Leonardo Villas Boas)
Maiarim Kaiabi (Prepori)

In the 1940s when the Villas-Bôas brothers start an exploratory expedition into the Xingu River. Nearly half a century later, this led to the Xingu National Parc.

Warning : this page is based on the movie (not the TV series -in four parts and issued the following year-).

Antonov An-2

Reg. PT-(EZ?) seems fictitious for this Antonov An-2.
Wearing the Força Aérea Brasileira (Brazilian Air Force) title despite the type was never on duty for this country Armed Forces.

Xingu An-2.jpg
Xingu An-2b.jpg
Xingu An-2 PT-EZP.jpg
Xingu An-2 FAB.jpg

Cessna 172 Skyhawk

Reg. PT-DXQ (fictitious ?)

Xingu Red.jpg
Xingu PT-DXQ.jpg
Xingu PT-DXQ 12.jpg
Xingu cockpit.jpg
Xingu PT-DXQ crash.jpg

Cessna 208 Caravan

Xingu Cessna-208.jpg

Possibly reg. PT-OGV ...

Xingu Cessna-208 PT-OGV.jpg

Cessna 172 Skyhawk

Xingu HWing.jpg
Xingu cockpit2.jpg

Cessna 177 Cardinal

Xingu Cessna.jpg

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