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The Big Sweat, Movie, 1991 IMDB

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  • Thunder Drive - Fluchtpunkt Los Angeles (Germany)

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PMEntertainmentLives QC

2015-08-03 02:14

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[Image: thebigsweat.jpg]

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=epEl8pM-AqI

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CAR ACTION...

Chase - Ford Mustang vs police cars, stolen from GONE IN 60 SECONDS (1974).

Crashes - all the police cars and many other vehicles, stolen from GONE IN 60 SECONDS (1974).

-- Last edit: 2016-03-30 18:51:53

PMEntertainmentLives QC

2015-08-03 20:19

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Say, there's a problem here. As I told you, The Big Sweat reuses the Gone in 60 Seconds chase. Well, Deadline Auto Theft did the same thing and even more, and none of the vehicles from Gone are on the Deadline page. So what shall I do here?

Sandie SX

2015-08-04 03:13

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A good question and I'm not sure of an answer. Whilst we don't list duplicates in that movie, I know we have duplicates of the Red Heat bus chase for a number of movies. Deadline Auto Theft is also an odd case as the film is almost a director's cut of the earlier film with new scenes added in. This is a stand-alone film.

I'd err towards listing the scenes on this page, though other admins may disagree so wait to see what they say.

dsl SX

2015-08-04 04:30

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I'm not sure it matters too much whether we list the duplicates or give them pages - the most important thing is that there are clear cross-references to and from the source film, so that a newbie who flies in from nowhere can easily understand what's happened and can find whichever cars/entries they're interested in. If for whatever reason, the possible captures from this film are better quality than the source film, let them have pages here.

PMEntertainmentLives QC

2015-08-04 06:17

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dsl wrote I'm not sure it matters too much whether we list the duplicates or give them pages - the most important thing is that there are clear cross-references to and from the source film, so that a newbie who flies in from nowhere can easily understand what's happened and can find whichever cars/entries they're interested in. If for whatever reason, the possible captures from this film are better quality than the source film, let them have pages here.

Guess I'd have to do my usual job of putting "Taken from Gone in 60 Seconds (1974)" in the comments for each and every vehicle from that movie. :/

Though I still hesitate only at the thought of adding the Ford Mustang.

-- Last edit: 2015-08-04 06:18:32

antp BE

2015-08-04 20:21

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Deadline Auto Theft was mostly made from footage from the other two movies from the same director, even if there was also new footage.
In the end maybe we could some day list everything from that one...

For others movie that simply re-use chase footage we list the cars because the re-used footage represents a smaller portion of the movie, and they are usually not related to the movie from which they take the footage (i.e. different director, cast, etc.)

Now if this one re-use the whole chase (i.e. something like more than one hour of footage) then maybe it is not worth having all the cars duplicated here :D

-- Last edit: 2015-08-04 20:23:02

PMEntertainmentLives QC

2015-08-04 20:49

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antp wrote Now if this one re-use the whole chase (i.e. something like more than one hour of footage) then maybe it is not worth having all the cars duplicated here :D

Actually, it is only 35 minutes or something like that.

It wouldn't bother me to do the job.

-- Last edit: 2015-08-04 20:52:32

antp BE

2015-08-05 21:08

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35 min is still a lot, that's a large part of the movie.
Maybe just list the main cars of the chase then, but not the background ones taken from the other movie?

PMEntertainmentLives QC

2015-08-05 21:54

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antp wrote 35 min is still a lot, that's a large part of the movie.
Maybe just list the main cars of the chase then, but not the background ones taken from the other movie?

You're right. It would be really easier that way! :wow:
(edit 2020: gotta love how my autistic way of saying things makes me sound sarcastic, lol)

EDIT: Never mind. The Mustang is enough.

-- Last edit: 2020-09-08 05:06:15

PMEntertainmentLives QC

2015-12-21 19:00

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[Image: thebigsweat7.jpg]
Here's a van that's quite hard to identify...

PMEntertainmentLives QC

2015-12-21 19:07

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Movie page FINISHED!

Probably my last. ;)

-- Last edit: 2015-12-21 19:14:42

night cub US

2015-12-21 19:36

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PMEntertainmentLives wrote [Image: thebigsweat7.jpg]
Here's a van that's quite hard to identify...

It's a Dodge. Fords look completely different, and GM vans didn't offer these doors.

PMEntertainmentLives QC

2015-12-21 19:39

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night cub wrote
It's a Dodge. Fords look completely different, and GM vans didn't offer these doors.

Okay. I added the van, just for the sake of it.

-- Last edit: 2017-03-23 21:27:14

night cub US

2015-12-22 04:48

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PMEntertainmentLives wrote
Okay. I added the van, just for the sake of it.

Since it's only background, just leave it in the comments.

PMEntertainmentLives QC

2015-12-22 07:34

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night cub wrote
Since it's only background, just leave it in the comments.

Alright.

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