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Top one is The Heat.

The bottom one is from The Lively Set, a movie that featured the Chrysler Turbine Car.

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Gremiln. Recent film with a limited release but a popular actor.

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My film didn't have any "Gremlins" in it, even though that was the title... "Horns", from a couple of years ago, clearly did!

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Here's a kinda obscure one that I thought about the other day. It is from a 1970's TV series:

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OHHHHHHhhhhhhhh I know this one!!!!!..........Malcolm.....

Well done mate, classic Aussie movie!

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Here's another selection!

The first one is an easy one!

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Since I did two '57 Caddy Eldorados, let's try a pair of '66 Mustangs with a connection:

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Hint: Two different films that deal with the same subject; one a docudrama and the other a drama based loosely on the same incident. The lead actor in the docudrama was taken seriously for the first time after this role and has had a very successful career; the lead actor in the drama (despite a chilling performance) had a brief career and died in obscurity.

Good luck!

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OK, those last two are from Fast Lane Fever.

Correct, Downunder it was called 'Running on Empty' ;) !

First one is Crocodile Dundee

That was a give me :D !

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These two are both from the original "The Italian Job". Even though the Miura P400 was only an empty shell, I still almost cry whenever I watch that scene!

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Yeah me too Jim, even when they trash the Minis towards the end :(

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"Get your... Get your wheels in line, and step off the pedal or you'll be in the cabin!"

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Yeah me too Jim, even when they trash the Minis towards the end :(

I hear you. I'm a big fan of those little cars. Heck, even though I'm 6'3" and, well, too heavy (and let's just leave it at that, shall we... ), I prefer small cars to big ones, as long as I can fit in them comfortably. I fit in REAL (read: BMC, pre-BMW) Minis just fine, thank you very much! Those little guys are an absolute blast to drive! OK, I'll admit, even the Coopers aren't real fast compared to Corvettes and Porsches, but they're QUICK! The sad thing about the movie is that, although the Miura was just the stripped-out shell of a car that had been totalled, semi-straightened, and reskinned, all three of those Minis were decent cars. What a waste.

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Forget the Minis and Miura, what about the 2 Jags and Aston the Italian mob trashes when the Brits get stopped on that cliff side road................. :o

"Pretty car........"

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The Fabulous (Ringo) gere fab.

I guess no'one knows? It was a T.V. movie that starred a famous musician? The car was a giveaway prize? Am I the only person who remembers this George Barris built car? Nobody?

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Bonnie and Clyde death car

Amen, brother, a very good movie indeed. This one is probably another no brainer.

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Somebody already got it, but actually it's the real one from Phantasm. Not the "tribute" that GYC did.

Movie car on the left and GYC tribute on the right.

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