Kolik slov staci lasce?

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Kolik slov stačí lásce? movie poster.

Movie (1961)
Czech title : Kolik slov stačí lásce?
Polish title : Miłość nie wymaga słów
Hungarian title : Hány szó kell a szerelemhez?

Vladimír Mensík (Taxikár)
Jirí Vala (Porucík letectva)
Jana Brejchová (Perucíkova dívka)
Jirina Bohdalová (servirka Zdenicka)

(Synopsis needed)

Ilyushin Il-18B

Reg. OK-NAA Ilyushin Il-18B c/n 189001604 / 016-04 built in 1959 and the first one delivered to ČSA-Československé Aerolinie.
Later modified as Ilyushin Il-18V. Despite a ground accident with a Tupolev Tu-134 on 2 Janaury of 1977, now preserved at Prague - Kbely (LKKB). Delivered on 8 January 1960, taken out of service on 28 February 1979.

Note the coat of arms of Košice (today the largest city in eastern Slovakia).

Sud Aviation SE 210 Caravelle III

Reg. F-BHRT Picardie Caravelle III (c/n 55) flew for Air France from April 1960.
Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft (Civil Fixed-Wing).


Ready to stop on the tarmac, near a Tupolev Tu-104 (seen from a place under an Ilyushin Il-14).


Various Ilyushin Il-18

Night (and day !) action at Prague Ruzyne (now Letiště Václava Havla Praha / Václav Havel Airport Prague (PRG/LKPR)).


Vickers 798D Viscount


Reg. I-LIRC Vickers Viscount V745D c/n 114 of Alitalia-Linee Aeree Italiane (December 1960 to December 1970).
Was first with Capital Airlines as N7416 (August 1954 > November 1960). From 1971, with Somali Airlines as 6OS-AAN then 6OS-SAN and used for spare parts until 1993.


Douglas DC-7C Seven Seas

Reg. LN-MOD Douglas DC-7C Seven Seas c/n 44930 christened Guttorm Viking of SAS-Scandinavian Airlines System.
On 24–25 February 1957, she was the first to fly a SAS regularly scheduled passenger flight from Copenhagen to Tokyo, via the North Pole.
Same aircraft in other movies at IMPDb: Frequently Seen Aircraft (Civil Fixed-Wing).


Ilyushin Il-14s


Tupolev Tu-104A

Reg. OK-NDD Tupolev Tu-104A built in 1960 for ČSA-Československé Aerolinie (c/n 96601803 / 18-03). Crashed on Monday 1 June 1970 5,5 km (3.4 mls) South of Tripoli (Libya) on the third approach killing all aboard.

Note the Ilyushin Il-18 in the background.
Note the Ilyushin Il-14 in the background.

Reg. OK-LDA Tupolev Tu-104A c/n 76600503
The first Tu-104 of ČSA-Československé Aerolinie and christened 'Praha'. Made her first commercial flight on 9 December 1957 and her last flight on 14 September 1973 in Kbely to become a museum exhibit (Letecké Muzeum). Restored in May 2008, still in perfect condition (2020).


(left) Behind the landing gear, we guess the Convair 440-11 Metropolitan of Swissair (most certainly « Neuchâtel » reg. HB-IMK c/n 364).


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