The Lost City (2005)

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The Lost City (2005) movie poster.

Movie (2005)
French title : Adieu Cuba

Andy García (Fico Fellove)
Inés Sastre (Aurora Fellove)
Tomas Milian (Don Federico Fellove)
Millie Perkins (Doña Cecilia Fellove)

A wealthy Havana club owner and his family are torn apart by the violent sociopolitical upheaval brought about by the transition from the dictatorial regime of Batista to the Marxist revolution led by Fidel Castro in 1950s Cuba.

Douglas C-53D Skytrooper

Douglas C-53D used -according the screenplay- by President Fulgencio Batista to left Cuba.
Most likely registration HH-CNE, c/n 11700, which was seen at Las Américas International Airport in the Dominican Republic (where this was filmed) in 2004 (around when it would have been filmed) wearing a similar paint job (bare metal, black nose).

TheLostCity-2005 C-47.jpg
TheLostCity-2005 C-47b.jpg

The same aircraft seen in the distance.

TheLostCity-2005 DC-3.jpg

Convair 440

Registration N94CF, c/n 394 built in 1957. Cuban markings and registration CU-C298 are false (though they were still visible, though faded, on the tail as of 2008). Last operated by Taino Air Lines of Puerto Rico Inc, this aircraft has been stored at Las Américas International Airport (SDQ/MDSD) since at least 2003.

TheLostCity-2005 Convair.jpg

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