cmm-saj at snet.net
Sat Apr 7 15:29:13 EDT 2007
I'm not sure I have the URL; I recall visiting a site
from a link in a list message that just had the
publicity stills. If I can find it, I'll be sure to
post the link. In the meantime, I've attached some of
the movie stills.
- Chris Malany
--- Stephen Auslender <auslend at snet.net> wrote:
> Please give us the link to the new Richtoften site.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Christopher Malany" <cmm-saj at snet.net>
> To: "World War I Modeling Mailing List"
> <wwi at wwi-models.org>
> Sent: Saturday, April 07, 2007 1:13 PM
> Subject: Re: [WWI] Flyboys
> > Hi, Ernest:
> > I downloaded a handful of stills off their site,
> > they certainly look authentic, including a
> > varnished plywood Albatros fuselage. As for the
> > Baron's developing peacenik tendencies, I doubt
> > any of his numerous RFC victims, after the Fee
> > inflicted his head wound, would have agreed.
> > - Chris Malany
> > --- ernest thomas <reason108 at hotmail.com> wrote:
> >> >From: "Ray Boorman" >
> >> >Isnt there a movie being made in Germany about
> >> Richtofen??
> >> YEs there is. Don't have the link but there's a
> >> pretty good website
> >> documenting a lot of the production. The story,
> >> involving MvR beginning to
> >> have doubts about the war after his head injury,
> >> a bit far fetched since
> >> there's no evidence that he started to have
> >> sensibilities. At least
> >> none that I'm aware of.
> >> BUt the aircraft they built for the film should
> >> thrill everyone in this
> >> group. I think the site boasted 114 aircraft
> >> comprising real flying
> >> replicas, 1/1 static models, and CG models. All
> >> authentic, well
> >> researched markings and colors. And none of them
> >> look alike.
> >> E.
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