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ANT-35 aka PS-35 is not a pirated DC-2!
ANT-35 aka PS-35 is not a pirated DC-2!
It is developed by Arkhangelskiy with experience of ANT-40 (aka SB) Tupolev's bomber design.
It's resembling DC-2 as much as MiG-29 could resemble F-15, not more.
Don't confuse it with legally manufactured PS-84(aka Li-2) by DC-3 production license.
which became one of the most successful aeroplanes in history.
No, the DC-3 was developed and built in the United States, which means it became one of the most successful airplanes in history. We don't build "aeroplanes" in the United States. —Preceding unsigned comment added by 22.214.171.124 (talk) 15:59, 23 November 2010 (UTC)
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Adding to the Section 7, "Notable appearances in Media" In the movie "Sherlock Holmes in Washington", 1942, starring Basil Rathbone, et al. an early DC-2 is shown loading and starting engines. This particular aeroplane is shown to have the 2-position propellers and the little "eye-brow" windows above the main cabin windows as well as the little air-vent snorkle atop the engine cowling. Also it lacks the spotlights in the nose. The passengers are shown loading into a craft that is most definitely not a DC-2. The aircraft depicted taking off with those passengers is a Boeing 247D. The craft depicted landing with those passengers is, of all things, a Boeing 314 Clipper.