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Master Spy, Movie, 1964 IMDB

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stronghold EN

2008-03-19 16:16

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stronghold EN

2008-03-19 16:17

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-- Last edit: 2008-03-19 16:33:17

dudley UK

2008-03-19 17:54


Looks like a BEA DeHavilland Comet

-- Last edit: 2008-03-21 22:45:18

Sunbar UK

2008-03-19 18:22

Not a Comet I believe its a turboprop BEA Vickers Vanguard...


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The picture is almost the same Vickers Vanguard (G-APEC) as shown at Heathrow.

-- Last edit: 2008-03-19 18:26:55

Alexander DE

2008-03-19 19:17

Yes, indeed, a Vickers Vanguard Type 953. Possibly it is the one registered G-APEP which survived converted to Type 953C Merchantman: http://www.abpic.co.uk/photo/1001991/

The Comet is a jet airliner, looking like this from behind:
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Sunbar UK

2008-03-19 20:22

stronghold wrote

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The plane in the left background looks to me to be another turboprop, a BOAC Bristol Britannia.
The other possibly a very sleek looking Air France Sud Aviation Caravelle?

-- Last edit: 2008-03-19 20:39:52

Alexander DE

2008-03-20 00:39

I'd agree on the background planes in both accounts.

The livery of the Sud Aviation SE.210 Caravelle is that of Alitalia:
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Air France used a different design in the mid 1960s:
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Only Air Liban used a similar fin colouring, but dark window surround colour:
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Bristol Type 175 Britannia in BOAC colours.

dudley UK

2008-03-21 22:45

dudley wrote http://img180.imageshack.us/my.php?image=masterspy5pp3.jpg

Looks like a BEA DeHavilland Comet

Didn't spot the props!

chris40 UK

2008-03-21 23:12

dudley wrote
Didn't spot the props!

That could be bloody dangerous ... :wow:

Alexander DE

2008-03-22 17:57

chris40 wrote
That could be bloody dangerous ... :wow:

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Pierre EN

2016-06-05 04:41

The Case of (Desperate Dan's) Missing Egg-slicer, perhaps.
Excellent and welcome tangential input, Sunbar and friends. Tried to find this film on the Plane database, but nothing between 'Master of the World' and 'Mata Hari'. You could scarcely make it up..
First time I flew was on an Air France Caravelle in 1969 (jetting out to recover stricken J4 van).
British film and television industry made good capital from the Cold War and real life spy dramas of the 1960s.

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