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Babette s'en va t-en guerre, Movie, 1959 IMDB

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  • Babette Goes to War

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Gag Halfrunt UK

2007-11-19 11:23

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Quote Filming Locations for
Babette s'en va-t-en guerre (1959)

London, England, UK

RAF Abingdon Parachute School, Abingdon, Oxfordshire, England, UK

Studios Joinville, Joinville-le-pont, Val-de-Marne, France
(studio)

http://us.imdb.com/title/tt0052595/locations

Gag Halfrunt UK

2007-11-19 18:58

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No-one's done an entry for the bus.

sixcyl FR

2007-11-19 20:02

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Gag Halfrunt wrote No-one's done an entry for the bus.


yes, but I've not finished yet ;)

sixcyl FR

2007-11-19 23:54

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PLANES of this movie:
http://www.impdb.org/index.php?title=Babette_s%27en_va-t-en_guerre


TRAINS
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A SNCF 231 K8 of "Rťseau NORD"

SHIPS & BOATS
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all the means of transport are present in this film, ....the "love transportation" too with BB
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sixcyl FR

2007-11-20 07:29

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Sunbar wrote ...and what appears to be two Blackburn Beverley transport planes behind, from the filming locations they would be from 47 Squadron at RAF Abingdon?


chris40 wrote True, and another anachronism.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blackburn_Beverley



I cancelled the page of the Humber Super Snipe. Interesting comments on the plane which is not Argosy as I thought :)

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Alexander DE

2007-11-21 02:56

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sixcyl wrote [Image: avionachq4.6411.jpg]

I am certain it is not a Caudron.
http://www.aviafrance.com/constructeur.php?ID_CONSTRUCTEUR=313
So far I cannot tell what it is. Possibly a British make.

sixcyl wrote [Image: aviondcau5.9567.jpg]

This is a Stinson Reliant.

badlymad CA

2007-11-21 03:26

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Alexander wrote
I am certain it is not a Caudron.
http://www.aviafrance.com/constructeur.php?ID_CONSTRUCTEUR=313
So far I cannot tell what it is. Possibly a British make.


Correct me if I'm wrong, but I think this airplane is the Messerschmidt Me108B, also known as the Bf108 Taifun:
http://www.powerglidertaifun.de/Taifun_1940/TaifunJan1940.htm

Two of these can also be seen in the film 'The Longest Day' when they strafe Juno Beach.

Alexander DE

2007-11-21 12:48

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badlymad wrote ... I think this airplane is the Messerschmidt Bf108 Taifun ...

The lower engine cover has the wrong shape for the Messerschmitt, therefore I ruled it out. But you triggered me to have another look. As was mentioned in your link during the war the Bf 108 B-2 'Taifun' was produced in occupied France under the name S.N.C.A.N. Nord 1000 'Pingouin'. The production was continued after the war and the no longer available Argus engine was replaced with a Renault engine. These models were named S.N.C.A.N. Nord 1001 'Pingouin' I and S.N.C.A.N. Nord 1002 'Pingouin' II.
Here we see, I am quite certain, the Pingouin II:
Link to "www.aviafrance.com"

sixcyl FR

2007-11-21 13:34

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Thank's to Alex and Badlymad for the help on these "off-topic" identifications... good point for IMADB :)

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