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The Aviator, Movie, 2004 IMDB

Pictures provided by: antp, garco, sixcyl

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Also known as:

  • El aviador (Spain)
  • Aviator (France)

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antp BE

2006-07-14 20:42

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[Image: aviator2oo5.jpg]


A few airplanes:
[Image: avion0013480mx.291.jpg] [Image: avion0005238te.2661.jpg]

Hughes H-1 Racer:
[Image: avion0045538pa.5273.jpg]

Hughes XF-11:
[Image: avionxf110142054bu.6605.jpg] [Image: avionxf110142142mw.6295.jpg]

Lockheed Constellation:
[Image: avionlockheedconstellation0153.668.jpg]

Hughes H-4 Hercules 'Spruce Goose':
[Image: avionhercules0153036kd.8697.jpg] [Image: avionhercules0153185gx.2162.jpg] [Image: avionhercules0153214xy.1265.jpg] [Image: avionhercules0230379nh.1327.jpg] [Image: avionhercules0231031lu.6034.jpg]

-- Last edit: 2010-03-26 00:00:48 (G-MANN)

Alexander DE

2006-07-15 01:14

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antp wrote ...[Image: avion0013480mx.291.jpg]...

The plane reminds me of a Curtiss. Additionally the image shows a Mack AC 'Bulldog' (1916-39).

ntorrence US

2008-04-09 23:57

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The red Packard referred to as a 1942 model is in fact my 1947 Custom Super Clipper, the only known 100 point 1947 Packard and winner of many concours and regional meets. The scene is in 1946, but 1946 and 1947 Packard Clippers are almost identical (except for the two-toned paint jobs). So they put 1946 plates on it. The car was Jack Frey's, the then president of TWA. The day was over 100 degrees and producer, Martin Scorcese caught this scene from inside an air conditionmed tent with telephoto lens. Shooting ended early that day because the "Old Fire" that swept up into the San Bernadino Mountains was creating massive smoke. That, combined with air tankers coming in to re fuel at this, the Norton Air Force Base, created a dismal scene. Neil Torrence Banning CA

CougarTim US

2009-02-06 05:03

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Some more pictures of Neil Torrence's 1947 Packard are here: http://auto.howstuffworks.com/1947-packard-custom-super-clipper.htm

garco NL

2010-03-25 21:11

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Updated the pictures with bigger/better ones.

G-MANN UK

2010-03-26 00:00

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Except for this one: /vehicle_8894-Hupmobile-R-1925.html

garco NL

2010-03-26 19:59

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Yes, that was a split image.

antp BE

2010-03-29 12:57

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Such images were usually done before we started to use additional images in comments - they can be replaced in most of the cases ;)

G-MANN UK

2010-03-29 18:33

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Yes, these old split images can all go when someone redoes a film page.

-- Last edit: 2010-03-29 18:34:50

G-MANN UK

2010-03-29 18:40

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Quote Also known as: [ Edit ]

Aviator (France)


That's rather pointless :p In fact I'm not sure it's even worth adding the foreign language film titles when the only word they change is "The" (so you have "Le Aviator", "Der Aviator", "El Aviator" and so on) I'm sure most people in Europe know what "The" means.

antp BE

2010-03-29 20:18

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It may be useful for searches, though that in cases like this one except if someone searches on full title only he would find it anyway.

sixcyl FR

2010-07-03 12:27

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antp wrote
Lockheed Constellation:
[Image: avionlockheedconstellation0153.668.jpg]


Rather latest Starliner of TWA fleet. I'm not at home and can't say the exact type number.

There are many other planes in this film, though I guess all the Fokkers and RAF are some kind of replicas.
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Vickers? Handley-Page? ...
[Image: 250307-AVION_DC.jpg]


[Image: 250308-AVION_EC.jpg]


Despite an interesting subject and story, and its famous director Martin Scorcese, it's why I name a ..borywood film :/ ..using and abusing some stupid and unbelievable special effects such as this XF-11 accident ... cutting a house as would do a grindstone disqueuse ..amazing ridiculous :D
[Image: 250309-AVION_EM.jpg] [Image: 250310-AVION_EN.jpg] [Image: 250311-AVION_EO.jpg]
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Katherine Hepburn (Cate Blanchett)
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Ava Gardner (Kate Beckinsale)
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Jean Harlow (Gwen Stefani)
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3loader RU

2010-07-03 15:09

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Chases?

modell US

2010-07-13 07:37

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sixcyl wrote

Jean Harlow (Gwen Stefani)
[Image: 250316-COM_GC.jpg]



Jean Harlow was played by Gwen Stefani. If I remember correctly, this is Faith Demorge (sp?), Howard Hughes' 15 year old girlfriend.

3loader- The Ford V8 is repeatedly smashed into the Chevy Master, but no chases.

-- Last edit: 2010-07-13 07:40:23

3loader RU

2010-08-13 04:53

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Thanks!

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