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血戰長空 (2010) (TV)
Bloody Battle in the Vast Sky


Sha Yi
Shao Bing (1)
Niu Li
Xiao Xiong
Li Yi-Xiao

Wu Jing-An
Li Yi-Xiao
Shao Bing (1)
Sha Yi
Chiang Kai-shek ordered 16 Fiat CR.32s in 1933. They were based near Shanghai. Some Chinese high command officers disliked the Fiat, but Chinese pilots appreciated that the Italian biplanes in comparative tests proved superior to the available American fighters. The Chinese Government did not order more CR.32s as it was difficult to import alcohol and benzole to mix with petrol for the engines. In May 1936, only six CR.32s were still operational. In August 1937, the remaining CR.32s were used with some initial success in Shanghai against the invading Japanese. By late 1937, when the Chinese capital at Nanjing fell, all CR.32s had been lost
Curtiss Hawk III, the primary fighter of the Chinese Air Force opposing the Japanese invasion in 1937.The Republic of China Air Force (ROCAF) operated 102 Model 68C Hawk III, purchased from USA. For that movie even several replicas were built!
The Italian General who come to sell the Fiat fighters to China
 

Shao Bing (1)

Shao Bing (1)

Li Yi-Xiao

Sha Yi

Wu Jing-An
 

Xiao Xiong

Niu Li

Xu Wen-Guang

Yang Shu-Quan
Japanese Superior
 

Hong Jian-Tao
Italian General



 
Luo (羅)

Italian officer
expert witness on trial

Shao Bing (1)
 

Li Yi-Xiao

Wu Jing-An

Karl Robert Eislen

Karl Robert Eislen

Xiao Xiong
 

Niu Li

Yang Shu-Quan
Doctor
Japanese customs

 
Japanese aircraft carrier (CGI), suppose to be
Japanese Navy fighters of 1936 as first introduced to the audience, but these biplane-fighter were 1936 already obsolete and will soon be replaced by faster monoplane-fighters
example of a real replica of American Curtis Hawk fighter (not sure it could fly for real)
one of many faults (bad job of military consultants) The CGI- generated Japanese 4-mot bombers (obviously american Boeing B-17, first saw action four years later) Japan never had any 4-mot bombers till the end of the war though...
to ease the audience and the government censors Li Yi-Xiao's role was a undercover communist agent, otherwise the whole glory of fighting the japs belongs to the ROCAF, since there was no communist airforce available
Li Yi-Xiao
 
Crash pilot who destroyed his Curtiss fighter during landing

Sha Yi



 
Chenault's liaison officer Hu Xiao-Jiao (胡小校)
Gu Yu-Feng

Yang Shu-Quan

Xu Mao-Mao (1)

Xu Mao-Mao (1)

Wang Chao (1)
 

Wen Yu-Juan

Wen Yu-Juan
Yamashita's sister?
Japanese villager (Yamashita's neigbours)
Japanese villager (Yamashita's neigbours)
 

Japanese Airfield with JNAF fighters
A model of the famous US Navy fighter Vought F4U „Corsair“ (with the iconic  inverted gull wings), one of the most formidable American fighter of World War II, which served in the Korean war untill 1953 along with modern jet-fighters. It entered service at the US forces by early 1943,  yet on display at the chinese flying class at 1937... (Another
They could have used a CGI generated picture of a real japanese pre-worldwar carrier, but they choose the sihoulette of an modern chinese carrier with all radars with quite different design then japanese carriers had
Chinese platoon ready to attack Japanese airfield in a suicide mission (In that time no maschine-pistols saw combat-action in any army yet, next property-fault)
 

Yang Shu-Quan
Japanese officer Kato Eikichi (加藤大佐)
Japanese officer Kato Eikichi (加藤大佐)

Xu Mao-Mao (1)
Japanese officer
 
Japanese officer

Li Yi-Xiao

Sha Yi

Ji Chen-Mu

Ji Chen-Mu
 





 


platoon leader (airfield raid)


 




Li Yi-Xiao

Xiao Xiong
 

Sha Yi

Niu Li

Hong Jian-Tao
Italian general off duty

Gu Yu-Feng
 


Lin Yong-Jian (1)

Madame Sun's adjudant

 

Japanese spy

Japanese

 

Lin Yong-Jian (1)

captures Japanese agent
US Ambassy member
japanese navy officer
 
Japanese agent
Japanes agent
Morikawa's guard
Mr. Liu

 



Tan Tao


 


first American volenteer
second American volenteer

 
Footage fault: Japanese bombers attacking Shanghai, but the picture shows US Boeing B17 bombers (first saw action about 5 years later) even with US emblems!




 



The first realistic JAAF bomber Mitsubishi G3M (US Code name;