John Goldfarb, Please Come Home!

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John Goldfarb, Please Come Home! movie poster.

Movie (1965)
French title : L'encombrant monsieur John

Starring:
Shirley MacLaine (Jenny)
Peter Ustinov (the King)
Richard Crenna (Goldfarb)
Jim Backus (Miles Whitepaper)

American parody film about the Francis Gary Powers flight ("the 1960 U-2 incident") and even more on the whims of the rich oil kings.

North American F-86 Sabre

FU-142 ...
If 51-5142, this serial is for a North American T-6G Texan ! If 52-5142 this is a North American F-86F-30-NA Sabre ... but sold to Argentina in 1960!

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Republic RF-84F Thunderflash

Acting as a Lockheed U-2 ...

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Fictional "Lockheed U-2"

A model kit supposed to represent a Lockheed U-2 (but fuselage is closer to a Supermarine Scimitar).

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Instruments are shown one by one as if they are on a wide panel. On the real aircrat, they are arranged next to each other.
But the outside view is close to the real canopy.

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Boeing 727

Boeing 727 of Lufthansa.

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