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Nathalie, Movie, 1957 IMDB

Pictures provided by: DidierF

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Also known as:

  • The Foxiest Girl in Paris
  • Natali (Austria)
  • A Pequena Mais Sabida de Paris (Brazil)
  • Martine skyder med skarpt (Denmark)
  • Natalie (Spain)
  • Valevamppi (Finland)
  • Natalia (Poland)

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DidierF FR

2013-07-14 06:51

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A very light thriller directed by Christian-Jacque for his soon-to-be-divorced wife, Martine Carol:
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For you, sixcyl, the opening credits are given on images of Constellation engines:
[Image: vlcsnap-2013-07-14-02h54m21s4.jpg]

Ö and the film itself begins on a tarmac scene:
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Apart from this and a beautiful Dyna taxi, there is a very nice autobus in this flick.

sixcyl FR

2013-07-15 09:15

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DidierF wrote
For you, sixcyl, the opening credits are given on images of Constellation engines:


Thanks very much Didier :)
next on Impdb...
It's not Constellation Wright engines, but the Rolls Royce Dart 510 of the famous Vickers Viscount. A 708 from Air France very likely.
Interesting DC-6B of TAI-Transports Aťriens Intercontinentaux... ancestor of the UTA.

DidierF FR

2013-07-15 23:58

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sixcyl wrote It's not Constellation Wright engines, but the Rolls Royce Dart 510 of the famous Vickers Viscount. A 708 from Air France very likely.
Interesting DC-6B of TAI-Transports Aťriens Intercontinentaux... ancestor of the UTA.

My turn to thank you !

sixcyl FR

2013-07-19 21:21

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

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