Si tous les gars du monde...

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si tous les gars du monde movie poster.

Movie (1956)
english titles: Race for Life / If All the Guys in the World...

Starring:
André Valmy (Le Guellec)
Jean Gaven (Jos)
Jean-Louis Trintignant (Jean-Louis)
Marc Cassot (Marcel)
Doudou Babet (Mohammed)
LTT Juillard (pilot of the Dassault Flamant)

The Crew of a french fishing boat is sick after having eaten unfresh pig meat. Sending a SOS by radio, it's a congolese radio who catched up the signal, begining a world relay involving radio operators and aviators from France, Germany, Poland, USSR, USA and Norway to send the medecine in less a day.

Douglas DC-3C-S1C3G

Playing a Lisunov Li-2 from Soviet fictional airline. Modified Air France scheme with a red star on the tail fin.
Registration F-BCYD, c/n 19075.

Reg. F-BCYD Douglas DC-3C-S1C3G of Air France.
Reg. F-BCYD Douglas DC-3C-S1C3G of Air France.

Playing a polish airliner.
Registration F-BCYX, c/n 4224282.

Reg. F-BCYX Douglas DC-3C-S1C3G of Air France.

Vickers 708 Viscount

Viscount of Air France in its own role.
Registration F-BGNL, c/n 10.

Reg. F-BGNL Vickers 708 Viscount of Air France.
Reg. F-BGNL Vickers 708 Viscount of Air France.

Air France used Viscount with two types of screw, the Rotol R.92 / 4-20-4 / 8E and R.129-4-20-4 / 11E. Both are seen in this movie.

Vickers 708 Viscount of Air France.
Vickers 708 Viscount of Air France.

Dassault MD.312 Flamant

France was the main operator of the first Dassault post war design. Few other Air Forces from ex-French colonies had operated it too.

Dassault MD.312 Flamant of the Armée de l'Air.

But the story needs a norwegian patrol aircraft, the Flamant wear a fictional livery from Norwegian Air Force.....

Dassault MD.312 Flamant of the Armée de l'Air.

Dropping the serum near the boat.

Dassault MD.312 Flamant of the Armée de l'Air.

Despite the crew is being dressed in norwegian suits... the plane is flown by LTT Juillard, from the French Air Force, who got his wings on 1952. He ended as general and died in 2000 at 71.

Dassault MD.312 Flamant of the Armée de l'Air.

Close-up on the right SNECMA-Renault 12T engine.

Dassault MD.312 Flamant of the Armée de l'Air.

Douglas C-54A-1-DO Skymaster & Douglas DC-6

Douglas DC-6 of KLM in the far background, a Douglas DC-3/C-47 between this DC-6 and a Douglas C-54 of Air France in the foreground.
Registration very likely F-BELK, c/n 7451.Crashed in 1958.

Reg. F-BELK Douglas C-54A-1-DO Skymaster of Air France in the foreground.


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