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De hel van '63, Movie, 2009 IMDB

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  • The Hell of '63

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Gliffhanger NL

2010-06-07 11:11

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Its about ice skating in a real tough year, good movie from one of the best dutch directors Steven De Jong.

ingo DE

2010-06-07 11:17

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1963/64 was a strong winter, in Germany, too.

It's still there: http://www.taunuskaefer.de/_verschollen.htm
The dead body of the driver is still there, too.


P.S. And this winter has caused the death of the brand DKW, no kidding! Many two-stroke-engines, especially from the F102, were bursted due the cold temperatures, so the selling of DKW-cars collapsed in the year 1963.

@walter: this winter was indeed the reason for te comeback of "your" brand. :D

-- Last edit: 2010-06-07 11:28:20

DynaMike NL

2010-06-07 15:45

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This is rather about winter 1962/63. The big lake in teh centre of Holland, the IJsselmeer, was frozen. The ice was thick enough for the officials to organise a car rally on the ice, and the ANWB even made route signs so everybody could find his way on the ice...
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chris40 UK

2010-06-09 22:17

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I remember it well ... it was hairy in the UK, too. It started snowing 26/12/62 and didn't clear until March; I often gave thanks for my Mini.

DynaMike NL

2010-07-19 18:31

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I just saw a short scene from this film in television: a 1970+ (!) Citroën 2CV...

chris40 UK

2010-07-19 20:12

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And the Massey-Ferguson 135 wasn't produced until 1964 :)

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