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Soylent Green movie poster.

Movie (1973)
French title : Soleil vert

Starring:
Charlton Heston (Detective Thorn)
Edward G. Robinson (Sol Roth)
Leigh Taylor-Young (Shirl)
Chuck Connors (Tab Fielding)


2022, New York. In a overpopulated city, food is quite rare except under the form of Soylent Green. But are these green pills really what says the advertising?

Unidentified Aircraft

Seen during the opening credits, a plane built before the WWI.
Maybe the 1909 Johnson brothers monoplane built in rural Indiana, at the first stage of the building. When finished, the machine was too tail heavy, so the wooden fuselage was changed with a lighter duralium one.

Soylent green plane1 0mn43.jpg

McDonnell Douglas DC-9

Seen during the opening credits, airliners taxiing.
DC-9 in the foreground and probably some Boeing 737 in the background.

Soylent green plane2 1mn23.jpg


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