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Airdogs 2 – Episode 2

What self-respecting pilot wouldn’t have a B-25 Mitchell on their fantasy flight list? During the Second World War, B-25s flew in every theatre of war on missions ranging from bombing, to low-level tank busting to anti-shipping attacks. In this episode, the Air Dogs head to Hamilton, Ontario, where Rooster hopes to take a Mitchell for a ride. Meanwhile, Miller gears up to fly another vintage workhorse from the Second World War. The Beech 18 C-45 Expeditor was used for bombing and weapons training, search and rescue operations, light transport and reconnaissance missions as well as communications. The Air Dogs are ready to start their engines, but can they pass their ground school test first?


Episode Length: 01:00:00

Year: 2007

Episode: 5 of 2


 

Airdogs 1 – Episode 2

In this adrenaline-filled episode, the Air Dogs push their skills to the limit. The mission: land a vintage air trainer on the smallest airstrip in the world – the roof of a RV speeding down a short runway at over 90 kilometres an hour. World famous air show pilot Kent Pietch spends time teaching Rooster and Miller the technique, but will all the training help them master such a hairy landing?


Episode Length: 01:00:00

Year: 2007

Episode: 2 of 1


 

From The World of Peyo To Planet Smurf

Almost twenty years ago, on Christmas Eve 1992, Pierre Culliford, better known as Peyo, passed away. In the Summer of 2011, his little blue creations made their first appearance in 3D in theatres worldwide in the hugely successful “The Smurfs” movie and they will be continuing their big screen adventures in 2013 with the second installment.

Now is therefore the ideal moment to delve into the magical world of Peyo and discover how the Smurfs and Peyo’s other creations, Johan & Peewit, Steven Strong and Pussy all came into being. Follow his family, friends and former colleagues as they share their memories and stories of Peyo the man and Peyo the artist.


Episode Length: 00:52:00

Year: 2011

Episode: 1 of 1


 

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