Comme un avion
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English title : The Sweet Escape
Bruno Podalydès (Michel)
Sandrine Kiberlain (Rachelle)
Agnès Jaoui (Laëtitia)
Vimala Pons (Mila)
A fifty-something graphics artist has always dreamed of flying an airmail plane. One day he assembles ... a kayak which he thinks looks like a fuselage, and set off on a trip to unexpected encounters.
- 1 Breguet 19
- 2 Latécoère 25
- 3 French World War One Aeroplane
- 4 Latécoère 28.3
- 5 Caudron C.450 & Caudron Aiglon
- 6 Caudron C.450
- 7 Unidentified Cessna
- 8 Unidentified Aircraft
- 9 Convair XFY Pogo
- 10 Ryan NYP Spirit of Saint-Louis
- 11 Stratonef H-22
- 12 Lockheed Vega & Gee Bee Model R
- 13 Caudron C.640 Typhon
- 14 See also
(top left corner) Advertising for Aéropostale "Au Maroc Par Avion" (Morocco by airplane) showing a Latécoère 25.
Seen on an advertising for Peugeot bicycle.
(left to right) :
- Caudron C.450 of Maurice Arnoux after his victory in 1934
- Caudron "Coupe Deutsch" front cover of the booklet of the 1934 event
- Caudron Aiglon painting
- advertising with the company name set as a aircraft's shape
(left) Advertising for the Deutsch de la Meurthe Race with a picture of Arnoux, winner of the 1934 edition.
Painting of the Caudron Renault "13" manned by Maurice Arnoux, winner of the 1934 Deutsch de la Meurthe Cup (painting by Georges Hamel alias Géo HAM).
Model of the same aircraft manned by Hélène Boucher during her world speed record the same year. Both wings should have a 13 (race number).
Cessna 172 or Cessna 182 ?
Convair XFY Pogo
Model of the rocket used by Tintin in Hergé comic Destination Lune (Destination Moon) and Picture of Charles Lindbergh with his Ryan NYP.
Uncovered Ryan NYP (photo etched brass model kit with a white metal front and engine, probably the 1/72 product of Aero Base in 2000).
Another comic of Hergé issued in 1951 : Jo, Zette et Jocko using this aircraft in "Le testament de M. Pump" and "Destination New-York".
Under the Stratonef H-22, a grounded Lockheed Vega and a "flying" Gee Bee Model R (model on a pole).
(right, flying) Caudron C-640 Typhon