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Der Stern von Afrika, Movie, 1957 IMDB

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Also known as:

  • The Star of Africa
  • Hauptmann Marseille (Germany)
  • Kampflyver over Afrika (Denmark)
  • La estrella de África (Spain)
  • Hävittäjälentäjä (Finland)
  • L'avamposto degli Stukas (Italy)
  • Jaktflygaren (Sweden)

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andrepa DE

2012-11-01 03:30

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[Image: stuka.jpg] [Image: buck.jpg] [Image: me109.1.jpg] [Image: fies.jpg]
[Image: spit.jpg] [Image: me109a.jpg] [Image: b17.jpg] [Image: fies1.jpg]
[Image: mascot.jpg] spanish Me 109 in 1957 Hispano Aviación HA-1112 http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hispano_Aviaci%C3%B3n_HA-1112

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andrepa DE

2012-11-01 20:39

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[Image: ansch.jpg] [Image: ansch1.jpg] [Image: ansch2.jpg] [Image: ansch3.jpg]
unfinished prewar ______________________________2 obviousely anachronism hidden ;)
Auxiliary ramp to Autobahn in 1957 Germany allready NATO member, so this could be notified Autobahn-Behelfsflugplatz
maybe this certain section inherited from use in WWII
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/a/ab/RAB_mit_Flugzeugen.jpg
ingo has told us about!
http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Autobahn-Behelfsflugplatz

-- Last edit: 2012-11-01 21:02:36

ingo DE

2012-11-01 21:00

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andrepa wrote [Image: ansch2.jpg]
___2 obviousely anachronism hidden ;)


Am I right, that one of these two anachronisms is the brand-new Notrufsäule (roadside emergency telephone)? ;)

andrepa DE

2012-11-01 21:04

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ah, y´ve heard me calling for you :) ..., the second one is road markings.

-- Last edit: 2012-11-01 21:07:05

Gag Halfrunt UK

2012-11-01 21:06

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Filmed in West Germany, Berlin, Italy and Spain:
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0049796/locations

andrepa DE

2012-11-01 21:09

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[Image: dasvierte2012-10-3101-52-11.jpg] [Image: canar.jpg] [Image: paris.jpg] [Image: rom.jpg]
____________________________________________Canary Islands? __________________Paris ____________Rom

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ingo DE

2012-11-01 21:13

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andrepa wrote the second one is road markings.


There's a third one - the "Seebohm'sche Zeigefinger" (as my mother still names the roadside-poles) :) Hans-Christoph Seebohm -so his "forefinger" was the minister for transportation in the 50ies, who has introduced these poles.

ingo DE

2012-11-01 21:14

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andrepa wrote [Image: canar.jpg]
____________________________________________Canary Islands?



No too wide for Maspalomas?

andrepa DE

2012-11-01 21:18

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ingo wrote

great find!, thanks to your mother, as i ve wondered if this wooden roadside-poles could be prewar.

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andrepa DE

2012-11-01 21:28

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some partly seen vehicles
[Image: part.jpg] [Image: part1.jpg] [Image: part2.jpg]

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andrepa DE

2012-11-01 23:58

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archiv material shown here was used in Rommel documentation broadcasted today,
showing him in the scene with Panzer IV

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andrepa DE

2012-11-02 00:13

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ingo wrote


No too wide for Maspalomas?
ah the dunes
http://www.mietwagen-check.de/data/urlaubsbilder/mittel/2/1155818714.jpg
[Image: gelb.jpg]
Me 109 "Die gelbe 14"

-- Last edit: 2012-11-02 00:17:45

sixcyl FR

2012-11-25 23:27

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

DidierF FR

2015-07-07 15:56

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(Completely anecdotic question but… ingo, andrepa, do you have any idea why this movie has two German titles?)

ingo DE

2015-07-07 20:36

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DidierF wrote (Completely anecdotic question but… ingo, andrepa, do you have any idea why this movie has two German titles?)

At the German Wiki is just written "alternative title "Hauptmann Marseille", without any explanations.

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