Concorde Affaire '79

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Concorde Affaire '79 movie poster.

Movie (1979)
Alsao Known As :
Italian title : Affare Concorde
French title : SOS Concorde
German title : Das Concorde inferno

James Franciscus (Moses Brody)
Mimsy Farmer (Jean Beneyton)
Venantino Venantini (Forsythe)
Fiamma Maglione (Nicole Brody)

(Synopsis needed)

(missing screenshot)

Aérospatiale-BAC Concorde

Despite the Guest Star of this movie, the supersonic airliner is seen only during short scene in fictionous colors.
The copy found is of very poor quality and has no interest to be posted here. A finer trailer has the disaventage of using commercial and advertising, not movie footage !
The landing scene during the credit (0 min 40 sec) shows F-BVF(C ? or F ?).
Includes some shot on the assembly line (1h24) ... and last landing filmed with toys !
During ending credits, some overfly by one of the prototypes.

Unidentified Aircraft

Seen at 17 min 09, an airliner perhaps wearing TWA colors. Boeing 707/720 (or Convair 880 from some archive footage) ?

Hughes 269

Maybe a Hughes 300 ?
Reg. ?-OGHT

Dassault Falcon 10

Seen at 1h30.

Unidentified Aircraft

A Douglas DC-9 (?) is bypassed by a fire truck.

Boeing 737-247

Mimsy Farmer is boarding in this Boeing 737 (christened Antilles) at 1h33 to leaves the Martinique Island.
Boeing 737-247 N4522W c/n 20126 operated by Air France between 1973 and 1980. Later registration : N470AC and N302VA.

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