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A piece of Movie History!

Article about: I guess all us aviation nut jobs have seen the movie "The Blue Max" right? It's one of my all time favourite films to be honest and the scene where the Fokker Dr.1's fly under the

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    in 633 sqdrn they even crashed a mossie,the one that crash landed they just retracted the wheels so it bellyed in.

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    in 633 sqdrn they even crashed a mossie,the one that crash landed they just retracted the wheels so it bellyed in.

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    They actually destroyed 3 in the making of the movie unfortunately, a great film but such a waste. Although 20 years or so after the war had ended they probably never realised just how rare those airframes would eventually become!

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    I've not received the fabric yet but this is a nice photo of the Dr.1 it came from.

    I didn't know that they have an SE5a as well!
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    Perhaps they are waiting for the dope to loose its smell? :-)

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    I saw "The Blue Max" when it originally came out in the theaters.
    I have had a love affair with ww1 collecting and Ursula every sense.
    Live to ride -- Ride to live

    I was addicted to the "Hokey-Pokey" but I've turned
    myself around.

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    Just noticed that you can see the fabric panel I've bought laying on the stretcher next to the SE5a, cool!

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    Speaking of WWI airplane fabrics; Manfred von Richhofen collected an extensive collection of downed airplane fabric numbers from many of the airplanes, he shot down (along with captured machine guns etc).
    When his relatives fled the advancing Russians in a later conflict, they abandoned this treasure trove which was lost to history (howl!).

    NB Just now reading 'The Red Baron - Beyond The Legend' by Peter Kilduff. Highly recommended.

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