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No Time for Sergeants, Movie, 1958 IMDB

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Also known as:

  • Blindgänger der Kompanie (Germany)
  • Deux farfelus au régiment (France)
  • Tempi brutti per i sergenti (Italy)

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tv boy US

2010-09-27 19:41

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tv boy US

2010-09-27 19:45

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One more vehicle: a ** 1957 Ford pops up near the end of the movie. I'm guessing it's a Custom 300 sedan, that's what most likely would have been used on a military base. We see so little of it, and what we do see is so blurry, I chose not to give it a page of its own. But it's the only contemporary civilian car in the entire movie.

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62imperial US

2010-09-28 06:48

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Thanks! Could you post some decent stills of the B-25D bomber featured in the movie? I'm trying to ID it for an aircraft website.

tv boy US

2010-09-29 20:08

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62imperial wrote Thanks! Could you post some decent stills of the B-25D bomber featured in the movie? I'm trying to ID it for an aircraft website.



Here you go...

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14Stutz US

2010-10-01 14:19

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RE: the B-25.

I think you're corrcect about it being a "D"...but that indicates it was a civilian aircraft painted for the role.
In the 50s the USAF only operated late model B-25s (B-25Js) converted into trainers (TB-25Ns) and a few VIP aircraft.

For more on B-25s check here:

http://www.aerovintage.com/b25bits.htm

Scott Thompson, the owner of that site, might klnow about that aircraft.

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62imperial US

2010-10-02 22:21

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Oh yes, that's the site I was referring to - Scott's B-25 in Civil Service book mentions a potential match; a B-25D purchased by Paul Mantz around that time with no further record.

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