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Bloody Sunday, Movie, 2002 IMDB

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2491tj EN

2006-04-21 02:04

oops..although supposedly set in 1972,some of the Humber Pigs and Saracens were filmed with modern number plates in situ,and in some scenes the shell of a burnt out BL Rover 2000 SD1 is visible..20 years before they rolled off the production line!theres a Sherpa van from the 1980s in there somewhere as well.

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francisharley FR

2008-02-06 21:26

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francisharley FR

2008-02-06 21:30

Ce véhicule est peut-être déjà répertorié? (Un spécialiste le mettra à sa place)

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francisharley FR

2008-02-06 21:38

Quelques épaves :cry:

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Gag Halfrunt UK

2008-02-06 22:46

Filmed in Dublin and Derry, according to the IMDB. Probably most of it was filmed in Dublin.

jpts AU

2020-03-09 13:19

This film was about the Bloody Sunday Massacre (or the Bogside Massacre); a mass shooting of protesters by the members of the British Army Parachute Regiment 1st Battalion in the Bogside Area of Derry, Northern Ireland on the afternoon of 30th January 1972.

The massacre resulted in 14 protesters killed and 15 others wounded.

8 months later on the 7th September 1972, the 1st Battalion raided the homes and the headquarters of the Ulster Defence Association in the Protestant Shankill Area of Belfast, the raids resulted in the deaths of two Protestant civilians.

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