Fantômas contre Scotland Yard

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Fantômas contre Scotland Yard DVD cover.

Movie (1967)
Englih title : Fantomas Against Scotland Yard

Starring:
Jean Marais (Fantômas / Fandor)
Louis de Funès (Le commissaire Juve)
Mylène Demongeot (Hélène)
Françoise Christophe (Lady Rashley)
Jean-Roger Caussimon (Lord Mac Rashley)

Fantômas wants to collect money from scottish rich' for letting them live. The French inspector (Louis de Funes) comes to a scottish castle to protect the owner, Lord Mac Rashley


Also from this series:


Fantômas
Fantômas se déchaîne

Vickers 806 Viscount

Nice Vickers 806 Viscount of BEA-British European Airways landing at Aéroport de Paris-Le Bourget (though its meant to be shot at a London airport).

Reg. G-AOYS Vickers 806 Viscount of BEA-British European Airways.
Reg. G-AOYS Vickers 806 Viscount of BEA-British European Airways.
Reg. G-AOYS Vickers 806 Viscount of BEA-British European Airways.
Reg. G-AOYS Vickers 806 Viscount of BEA-British European Airways.
Reg. G-AOYS Vickers 806 Viscount of BEA-British European Airways.

Douglas DC-4-1009

On the right, at Aéroport de Paris-Le Bourget, a Douglas DC-4-1009 or Douglas C-54A Skymaster of Air France, as this company operated both.

Douglas DC-4-1009 of Air France.

Morane-Saulnier MS-502 Criquet

French post-WWII Morane Saulnier MS-502 Criquet produced from german Fieseler Fi-156 Storch licence with specific Salmson engine.
Registration F-BBNP,c/n 389, has been destroyed in 1971.
Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.

Reg.F-BBNP Morane Saulnier MS-502 Criquet.
Reg.F-BBNP Morane Saulnier MS-502 Criquet.
Reg.F-BBNP Morane Saulnier MS-502 Criquet.
Reg.F-BBNP Morane Saulnier MS-502 Criquet.
Reg.F-BBNP Morane Saulnier MS-502 Criquet.

Folland Gnat T.1

Folland Gnat T.1 from the RAF's first Gnat-equipped team, the "Yellowjacks" from No 4 FTS. In 1965, the aircraft were painted in red and became the RAF aerobatic team Red Arrows.

Folland Gnat T.1 of RAF Yellowjacks.

Hawker Hunter F.6

Black Arrows aerobatics team (which was disbanded at the end of 1960) or Blue Diamonds of No. 92 Sqn aerobatics team (1961/1962) ?

AVION EA FCSY.jpg
AVION EB FCSY.jpg
AVION EC FCSY.jpg

BAC Jet Provost T.4

Born as Hunting Percival Jet Provost, with inaugural flight in 1950, it becames BAC Jet Provost when this manufacturer merged to the British Aircraft Corp. in 1960.
The "Red Pelicans" arobatic team performed with six aircraft on 1963 and 1964 only. This team was issued from the Central Flying School, RAF.

AVION DA FCSY.jpg
AVION DB FCSY.jpg

English Electric Lightning F.6

Supersonic interceptor English Electric Lightning used by Royal Air Force from 1960 to the late 70’s.
This aircraft worn the code XP697. Look the discussion tab about which mark it could be. Probably RAF or manufacturer footage.

AVION FA FCSY.jpg

Hiller UH-12B

Used by Fantomas to escape from the castle.

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AVION HELICO AF FCSY.jpg
AVION HELICO AA FCSY.jpg


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