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Old 02-20-2015, 10:38 AM   #1
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Car Moves

Would a thread on favourite car movies be of interest? Either the entire film, or a scene featuring an automotive moment (chase scene, cool car, whatever). e.g. The opening scene of an Orson Welles film noir from the early 60's, "A Touch of Evil" is a really long, unbroken tracking shot featuring a Chrysler Imperial convertible, that has had a bomb placed in the trunk, slowly cruising through rhe streets of a Mexican border town.

OR maybe there already is such a thread?
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