Play It Cool

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Play It Cool movie poster.

Movie (1962)

Billy Fury (Billy Universe)
Michael Anderson, Jr. (Alvin)
Helen Shapiro (Herself)
Bobby Vee (Himself)

(Synopsis needed)

Douglas Dakota IV

Reg. G-AMSX Douglas Dakota IV c/n 16448 built in 1944 actually used for charter flights and christened Peak Dale by Derby Airways.
Rebranded for the filming as Anglo Amalgamated Airways (Anglo Amalgamated was the British film production company in charge of the movie's distribution).

PlayItCool DC-3 DASX.jpg
PlayItCool DC-3 PeakDake.jpg
PlayItCool DC-3AA.jpg
PlayItCool DC-3AAA.jpg

Despite using the same seat, the cabin is just a set, not the real one.

PlayItCool set.jpg
Reg. G-AMSX Douglas Dakota IV.

English Electric Canberra B.2

English Electric Canberra B.2 s/n WH912 of the Royal Air Force, used by R.A.E. Farnborough as testbed for Airpass radar and fire-control system.

PlayItCool Canberra.jpg
PlayItCool WH-912.jpg

Douglas DC-4

Cars are going to Gatwick Airport but once on the tarmac, the control tower doesn't match with the airport layout of the end of 1950's. Note the tail of the BAC Jet Provost (perhaps Jet Provost T.3A s/n XN642 ?)

PlayItCool NotGatwick.jpg

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