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Frank Tallman Signed Inscribed Happy Landings Hollywood Stunt Pilot

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On Saturday 15 April 1978, Tallman was making a routine ferry flight in a twin engine Piper Aztec from Santa Monica Airport, California, to Phoenix, Arizona under visual flight rules when he continued the flight into deteriorating weather, a lowering ceiling and rain. He struck the side of Santiago Peak in the Santa Ana Mountains near Trabuco Canyon at cruise altitude, dying in the ensuing crash. Following his death, Tallman’s historic collection of movie warplanes and camera planes was sold off. Many were purchased by entrepreneur Kermit Weeks and went on display at his Fantasy of Flight museum in Polk City, Florida. A Silver Line ship’s model was donated to the Los Angeles Maritime Museum. Frank Tallman signed & inscribed ( Many Thanks Irene Happy Lantings) this vintage B&W Photo in his Gulfhawk air plane. Signature grades 8-9. Authentication: 100% Authentic Team

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