Jeux pour couples infidèles

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Jeux pour couples infidèles movie poster.

Movie (1972)
Alternative French title : Infidélités sexuelles
English title: Hot and Blue

Pierre Rousseau (Bruno)
Danièle Vlaminck (Madeleine)
Michel David (Maurice)
Sophie Cnudde (Solange)

The relationship of a married couple takes an unexpected turn when the husband's boss gets the idea that their ad campaigns need spicing up with eroticism, and chooses his employee's wife as his assistant.

Boeing 747-128

Registration F-BPVC, c/n 19751/39 of Air France. Delivered in May 1970.

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Boeing 747-128

Reg. F-BPVA was the first Boeing 747 of Air France, and entered to service in April 1970.
Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft (Civil Fixed-Wing).

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Boeing 747-121A & Sud Aviation SE 210 Caravelle

Boeing 747-121A of Pan Am-Pan American World Airways at Aéroport de Paris-Orly.

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