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Arabesque, Movie, 1966 IMDB

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  • Stanley Donen's Arabesque

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stronghold EN

2007-03-15 04:23


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stronghold EN

2007-03-15 05:14


Chase: But Not cars. Land Rover chases Sophia and Gregory on horseback.!

carchasesfanatic ES

2007-03-15 15:10


why do the mini's come off the truck Stronghold :D ?

badlymad CA

2007-03-15 16:18


If I recall, Gregory Peck is drugged and left stumbling around on a public motorway, and the truck drops the Minis while trying to avoid him.

sixcyl FR

2007-03-15 18:21


it's cool to see Sophia Loren... :sun:

sixcyl FR

2007-10-28 23:35


Good film :)

If there are some fans of Sophia Loren, here are more pictures for them ;)

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Aircraft visible in this film:

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sixcyl FR

2007-10-28 23:51


I've replaced a big part of pictures for better quality ones from DVD :)

Alexander DE

2007-12-31 18:39


sixcyl wrote [Image: avionhelicoaegl7.788.jpg]

It is an Agusta-Bell 47J Ranger, built 1960 and still flying today. Now registered as D-HELT it looks like this:
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The 47J was the first version of the Bell 47 Series with an enclosed fuselage. The helicopter we see here was licence built by Agusta in Italy.

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