The Man Who Knew Too Much

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The Man Who Knew Too Much movie poster.

Movie (1956)

James Stewart (Dr. Benjamin McKenna)
Doris Day (Josephine Conway McKenna)
Brenda De Banzie (Lucy Drayton)
Bernard Miles (Edward Drayton)
Ralph Truman (Inspector Buchanan)
Daniel Gélin (Louis Bernard)

A family vacationing in Morocco accidentally stumble on to an assassination plot and the conspirators are determined to prevent them from interfering.

Convair 240-12

Arrival of Benjamin and Josephine McKenna at London in a Vickers Viscount of BEA. A Convair 240 of SABENA-Société Anonyme Belge de Navigation Aérienne on the right in the foreground.

Convair 240-12 of SABENA.

Vickers 701 Viscount

Viscount of BEA-British European Airways, in its first white/red colour scheme of the 50s.

Reg. G-AMOF Vickers 701 Viscount of BEA-British European Airways.
Reg. G-AMOF Vickers 701 Viscount of BEA-British European Airways.
Reg. G-AMOF Vickers 701 Viscount of BEA-British European Airways.

Airspeed AS.57 Ambassador 2

Interesting Airspeed Ambassador of BEA-British European Airways. These aircraft entered service in 1952.

Airspeed AS.57 Ambassador 2 of BEA-British European Airways.

Douglas C-47B Skytrain

C-47 in the background. It seems to be wearing BEA colours.

Douglas C-47B Skytrain of BEA-British European Airways.

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