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Hawker Hurricane - Variants
... Hurricane Mk I First production version, with fabric-covered wings, a wooden two-bladed, fixed-pitch propeller, powered by the 1,030 hp (768 kW) Rolls ... and slightly longer propeller spinner and new wing mounting 12 x.303 in (7.7 mm) Browning machine guns ... conversion armed with two 40 mm (1.57 in) AT cannons in a pod under each wing and a single Browning machine gun in each wing loaded with tracers for ...
French Without Tears
... The Sun Shines (1943) Love In Idleness (1944) The Winslow Boy (1946) The Browning Version (1948) Harlequinade (1948) Adventure Story (1949) Who Is ... Sun Shines (1947) Brighton Rock (1947) Bond Street (1948) The Winslow Boy (1948) The Browning Version (1951) The Sound Barrier (1952) The Final Test (1953) The Man Who Loved Redheads (1955) The Deep Blue Sea (1955 ... Chips (1969) Bequest to the Nation (1973) The Browning Version (1994) The Winslow Boy (1999) Related works The Girl Who Came to Supper (1963) ...
Adventure Story
1943) Love In Idleness (1944) The Winslow Boy (1946) The Browning Version (1948) Harlequinade (1948) Adventure Story (1949) Who Is Sylvia? (1950) The Deep Blue Sea (1952 ... Rock (1947) Bond Street (1948) The Winslow Boy (1948) The Browning Version (1951) The Sound Barrier (1952) The Final Test (1953) The Man Who Loved Redheads (1955 ... Chips (1969) Bequest to the Nation (1973) The Browning Version (1994) The Winslow Boy (1999) Related works The Girl Who Came to Supper (1963) ...

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