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2 Days in Chesapeake City


Chesapeake Bay Magazine - Aug 30, 2018
Fans of The Blue Max Inn (410-885-2781, bluemaxinn.com), c.1854, recommend “the house with the generous porches,” at 300 Bohemia for its comfortable accommodations, appetizing breakfast choices, and luxurious attention to detail. For the ultimate in ...
 

Brent Batten: BSHS serves a new generation of students, and that's no bull


Naples Daily News - Aug 14, 2018
Or would it have been George Peppard impressing Ursula Andress in “The Blue Max?” Again, in the grand scheme of things, what's a few decades, give or take? Bonita Springs High School's lockerless halls are bustling this week as book-free students move ...
 

Cars evoke strong memories in annual Ches. City show


Cecil Daily - Aug 27, 2018
“We stayed at the Blue Max Inn, and I'll tell you, around 5 a.m., we could hear cars coming in. By 6 a.m., the street was almost filled,” he said. At last year's car show, Scarborough brought several antique Maryland State Police trooper cars he owns ...
 

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WWII Jack Hunter (The Blue Max) Painting of USAAF Training w/Signed Write-Up


 

THE BLUE MAX /ORIG U.S ONE SHEET MOVIE POSTER (GEORGE PEPPARD/URSULA ANDRESS)


 

GEORGE PEPPARD, JAMES MASON THE BLUE MAX 1966 FOX ITALIAN BUSTA SET


 

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Pfalz D.III from 'The Blue Max' movie


This Pfalz D.III replica aircraft was built for the 1966 motion picture 'The Blue Max', and was reportedly flown by actor George Peppard. This clip was shot as part ...
 

The Blue Max George Peppard Ursula Andress


The Blue Max George Peppard Ursula Andress. A rather funny part of the movie.
 

The Blue Max (Alternative Ending)


A Rise of Flight movie based on the 1966 feature film The Blue Max Rise of Flight is a Windows, Free-to Play WW1 aerial combat game. (Avoid Steam)
 

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The Blue Max - Photographing God '78


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