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Attentato ai tre grandi movie poster.

Movie (1967)
French title : Les chiens verts du désert
English title : Attack on the Big Three
German title : Fünf gegen Casablanca

Starring:
Ken Clark (Captain Fritz Schoeller)
Horst Frank (Lt. Roland Wolf)
Jeanne Valérie (Faddja Hassen)
Carlo Hinterman (Sgt. Erich Huber)

(Synopsis needed)


Republic P-47B Thunderbolt

AttentatoAiTreGrandi P-47.jpg

Lockheed P-38 Lightning & North American A-36 Apache

AttentatoAiTreGrandi P-38 A-36.jpg

Douglas SBD Dauntless

AttentatoAiTreGrandi SBD-Dauntless.jpg

North American B-25 Mitchell

First a B-25H.

AttentatoAiTreGrandi B-25H.jpg

Next a flight of B-25Cs.

AttentatoAiTreGrandi B-25C.jpg

Unidentified Japanese Fighter

The last seconds of a Japanese fighter.

AttentatoAiTreGrandi jap.jpg

Grumman TBF Avenger

AttentatoAiTreGrandi Grumman TBF-Avenger.jpg

Max Holste MH.1521 Broussard

The only two flying scenes are using this French Max Holste MH.1521 Broussard (first flight on 1952 !). He is playing an Allied observation plane. Same spirit with cars : nothing realistic !

AttentatoAiTreGrandi MH-1521.jpg
AttentatoAiTreGrandi Broussard.jpg
AttentatoAiTreGrandi Broussard2.jpg


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