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Come September, Movie, 1961 IMDB

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Also known as:

  • Tuya en septiembre (Argentina)
  • Happy End im September (Germany)
  • Vi m°des ved Rivieraen (Denmark)
  • Cuando llegue septiembre (Spain)
  • Tule, syyskuu (Finland)
  • Randevou kathe Septemvri (Greece)
  • Torna a settembre (Italy)

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vilero ES

2009-06-17 19:32


[Image: 178486-ComeSeptember4.jpg][Image: 178487-ComeSeptember5.jpg][Image: 178488-ComeSeptember5bis1.jpg]
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vilero ES

2009-06-17 19:33


[Image: 178490-ComeSeptember1.jpg][Image: 178491-ComeSeptember2.jpg][Image: 178492-ComeSeptember3.jpg]

Come September at IMPDb

-- Last edit: 2011-05-10 08:24:52 (sixcyl)

sixcyl FR

2009-06-17 19:53


Interesting pictures of a Bristol 170 Freighter , unfortunately I cannot see from what company it belongs ...

sixcyl FR

2009-06-17 20:12


Seems to look like Silver City Airways, but red letters on the sides do not match
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Sunbar UK

2009-06-17 20:15


... the markings look to be the same as Silver City Airways as here http://farm1.static.flickr.com/46/105636774_e07c30543e.jpg?v=0

The aircraft has "Intercontinental" in red on the side I think - most likely added for the movie.

vilero ES

2009-06-17 21:19


Sunbar wrote .....The aircraft has "Intercontinental" in red on the side I think - most likely added for the movie.

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Lordkent EN

2009-12-20 18:12


Can anybody deduce the Registration ?

jlc4ewbsite US

2016-11-17 09:39


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Registration, or tail number is G-AGVC. This was indeed a Silver City Airways airplane.
Link to "en.wikipedia.org"
Looks like the movie producers rented or borrowed the airplane in livery newer than shown in my above Wikipedia link and just added their own airline name. Rock Hudson's character's last name is Talbot. So in the movie, he uses his own airline to freight in his car. So "Intercontinental Airways" and "A Talbot Enterprise" were either stickers or paint. From what I've gathered, these might not be stickers (the adhesive for bumper stickers may not have been available until later in the 1960's). The blue stripes were original livery from the real airline.

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