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Bright Eyes, Movie, 1934 IMDB

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Also known as:

  • Ojos cari˝osos (Spain)
  • Shirley aviatrice (France)
  • La mascotte dell'aeroporto (Italy)

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puterboy1 US

2013-05-12 03:04

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-- Last edit: 2013-05-13 02:02:20

sixcyl FR

2013-05-15 22:49

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Aircraft at:
http://impdb.org/index.php?title=Bright_Eyes

Dont Know How To Dr US

2016-03-02 20:17

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Sorry, but this is one of my favourite films, and one of my favourite cars, and this was not a 1933 Plymouth Six.
It is not a six cylinder anything!
That was the first clue; the bonnet being for a straight eight.
The second clue; all the photos I found of the '33 Plymouths had "suicide doors" and this car has conventional doors.
The third clue; finding a photo, or two, of a 1934 Pontiac Eight sedan, and the 5 Window Coupe.
I do want to thank the poster of the wrong year, make and model, because it prompted me to find out on my own.

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