I was watching the movie Bullitt and it had a real interior of a now vintage, but then state-of-the-art new PanAm Boeing 707 in the film (about the last 15 minutes of the film in the SFO
airport chase scene). This film from 1968 gives a really nice view of a 707 cabin in pristine condition being used by actual people, as 1968 was before my time. They used the actual interior of the film (according to various directors notes). Are there any other older films that went to the lengths of using a REAL aircraft interiors (not fabricated or simulated) in the filming that aviation geeks might use as a time capsule to see what the inside of a ship from various eras looked like? Also, what struck me was the IFE (or what looked like IFE) system that the plane had. It appeared to have TV
's (big units with small screens) hanging from the ceiling (made possible by the lack of PSUs). Also if anyone knows the reg of the AC
used in the film, that would be cool too!