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Short Movie / Documentary (1953)
- 1 Douglas DC-4
- 2 Beechcraft B35 Bonanza
- 3 Cessna 190/195
- 4 Douglas DC-3
- 5 Lockheed 14 Super Electra & Sikorsky S-51
- 6 Beechcraft Model 18
- 7 Consolidated LB-30
- 8 Piper PA-11 Cub Special
- 9 Ryan Navion A
- 10 Piper PA-22 Tri-Pacer
- 11 Sikorsky S-55
- 12 Luscombe 8
- 13 Cessna 180
- 14 Cessna 170B
- 15 Ryan Navion A
- 16 Aerocar International Aerocar I
- 17 Custer CCW-5
- 18 Aero Commander 500
- 19 Cessna 310
- 20 Beechcraft 50 Twin Bonanza
- 21 Piper PA-11 Cub Special
- 22 Call Aircraft Company CallAir Model A
- 23 Aeronca 15AC Sedan
- 24 Stinson 108
- 25 ERCO Ercoupe
- 26 Republic RC-3 Seabee
- 27 See also
Reg. N48762 Douglas DC-4 of Northwest Airlines.
This model used for advertising purposes wears the NC3811N registration of a real Bonanza (c/n D1040).
Cessna behind the Beechcraft B35 Bonanza.
Seen again at 2mn55.
Look at the discussion tab about this aircraft (probably N1503) and its unusual fate.
Same aircraft probably in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.
With probably a Ryan Navion in the foreground and one the first Cessna 180 (behind the teenager with a white shirt).
Reg. N4249K : Ryan Navion A s/n NAV-4-1249; written off in 1971.
With another yellow-orange Beechcraft B35 Bonanza.
Reg. N1516C a 1953 Cessna 180 (c/n 30216).
A yellow Ryan Navion in the background.
Reg. N4627C a Cessna 170B built in 1953 (c/n 25571). A Ryan Navion is visible behind the propeller.
Used to explain how to learn to fly during nearly five minutes.
Reg. N31214 Aerocar I, the first one (built in 1949).
Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft.
Named Hummingbird Channel Wing by the narrator.
Reg. N6257C, the first of two CCW-5 built. First flight on 13 july 1953.
Reg. N3992N, the prototype of the Beech 50 (s/n H-1).
Or PA-18 Super Cub ?
Call Aircraft Company CallAir Model A
Probably another one.
Probably registered N1427H, this Aeronca 15AC Sedan would be built in 1950 (c/n 15AC-491).