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Guns in the Heather, Movie, 1969 IMDB

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Also known as:

  • The Secret of Boyne Castle
  • Das geheimnisvolle Treffen in Boyne Castle (Germany)
  • Espías del telón de acero (Spain)
  • Tukalat paikat (Finland)
  • Intrigo in Irlanda (Italy)
  • Os Espiões da Noite (Portugal)
  • Spy-Busters (USA)

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dsl SX

2018-08-23 01:09

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"Walt Disney's 3-part made-for-TV feature, The Secret of Boyne Castle (1969), originally shown on "Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color" (the new title for "Disneyland"), re-edited into feature film form for European theatrical release." and "This was the supporting feature to the original UK release of The Love Bug (1968)." from imdb.

Page opened because of the presence of a specifically identified Lagonda Rapide, but I'm not going any further with this one. So if anyone else wants to jump in, the floor is open.

An imdb reviewer says "I cannot identify most of the cars - a Daimler I think, certainly a Triumph Herald, and a jalopy...all cars of the correct British vintage, if not in common use in Ireland. There is a beautiful Lagonda Rapide reg CZB 678, and a zippy TR4 reg FIN 896. There is also a recurring cameo of a classic steamroller... "

And in case one of our plane fans is tempted "The plane seen in the movie is a BEA Trident flight from Dublin to Heathrow using a Hawker Siddeley Trident. The flight number heard over the tannoy may not be correct, but interestingly, the very last flight of BEA before it was absorbed into the new British Airways in 1974, was BEA flight 943 ex Dublin to Heathrow, arriving just before midnight. At midnight, BEA, at one point the largest and busiest airline in Europe, ceased to exist."

Alessandro58 CH

2020-11-23 16:13

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Alessandro58 CH

2020-11-23 16:13

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johnfromstaffs EN

2020-11-23 22:59

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A “jalopy”! Philistine - it’s an Armstrong Siddeley.

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