Slavia L-BROX

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Last updated on 10 December 2017.

Slavia L-BROX 7 movie premiere.

Movie (1927)
Also Known As : Slavia L-BROX 7

Nelly (Irena) Ardenova (Tessy)
Sala (Alexander) Hess (Karel Smelý)
Jaromír Cikánek (Karen)
Anuse Studecká (Karel's Mother)

(Synopsis needed)

Aero A-11

To break the record, an aircraft is specialy upgraded and shown to some important people.

Slavia A12.jpg

Among them, two bad guys.

Slavia B14.jpg

During the flight, their sabotage makes its tool : a panel has opened itself ...

Slavia C16.jpg

But the Movie Star saves the plane in flight.

Slavia D18.jpg

Happy landing !

Slavia Victory.jpg

Bad guys are defeated !

Slavia end.jpg

Reg. L-BROX serial 7 for the heroic Aero A-11.

Slavia L-BROX.jpg
Slavia L-BROX7 Aero-A11.jpg

Various Aircraft

Seen from the skies, the Prague Kbely Airport.
M : monoplane, probably an Aero product.
F : Fighter or Sportplane biplane.
S : Sesquiplan .
L : Large biplane (Aero bomber ?).

Slavia Field.jpg

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