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Marple title screen.

TV Series (2004-2013)
Also Known As : Agatha Christie Marple
French title : Miss Marple

Starring:
Geraldine McEwan (Miss Jane Marple (2004–2009))
Julia McKenzie (Miss Jane Marple (2009–2013))

(Synopsis needed)


Season Two

Boeing B-17G Flying Fortress

Ep. 2.3 By the Pricking of My Thumbs
A big radio control model is used to act as the Boeing B-17G-03-BO s/n 43-8635. This aircraft is real but is part of the The Castle Air Museum in California (USA).

Note the red cowling and wing to fuselage assembly which are the most visible differences with a real Boeing B-17.
Timing : 37 min 40.
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As seen nightly at 1 hour 30.

Season Three

Curtiss T-32 Condor II

Ep. 3.1 At Bertram's Hotel
(?)BLAKE AIR (photoshoped / fictional airline ?)

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Junkers Ju 87 Stuka (loosely constructed mock)

Ep. 3.4 Nemesis
(CGI ?) Shape with lack of "Junkers" flap and air brake so visible on the Junkers Ju 87.

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Cockpit is a tandem layout but the real Stuka has back-to-back seats.

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When the pilot is trying to jump, he's opening the sideways-hinged cockpit canopy like with a Messerschmitt Bf 109. The Stuka has a canopy with two separate sliding sections.

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