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Zi'ab la ta'kol al lahm, Movie, 1973 IMDB

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Also known as:

  • Kuwait Connection
  • Non-carnivorous Wolves
  • Wolves Don't Eat Meat

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karoomay SY

2012-07-07 19:10

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ذئاب لا تاكل اللحم
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Filmed in Kuwait City, Kuwait
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Datsun cars in the movie provided by a used car agency
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Link to Arabic Wikipedia: Link to "ar.wikipedia.org")
Link to elCinema (Egyptian film website): http://www.elcinema.com/work/wk1011287/

One of the first Arab films to contain car chases, violence, sex, and drugs. Very controversial and was banned in most Arab countries, but has become a cult classic over the years as it emerged to a wider audience on DVD and the Internet.

karoomay SY

2012-07-07 23:08

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Aircraft

Kuwait Airways plane
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dsl SX

2012-07-07 23:08

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Great selection of cars, with a fascinating combination of often ordinary things in a strange place. Seems to be a transition - just at the point before Kuwait's wealth exploded?? - with traditional 60s habits of US and European buying about to be revolutionised by Japanese expansion.

cko US

2012-07-07 23:13

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I see a few American cars here.How common are American cars nowadays in Kuwait? I would think the climate there would be good for cars longevity.

karoomay SY

2012-07-07 23:13

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There are more Japanese cars now than there was in the 1970s, but big American cars (e.g. Caprice, Impala, Crown Vics, GM SUVs, etc.) are still fairly popular there.

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andrepa DE

2012-07-08 00:29

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dsl wrote Great selection of cars, with a fascinating combination of often ordinary things in a strange place. Seems to be a transition - just at the point before Kuwait's wealth exploded?? - with traditional 60s habits of US and European buying about to be revolutionised by Japanese expansion.

reminds me of 60ies movies shot in Lebanon, when it was called near East Suisse, and there are movies with Mercedes W 114 and Boeing 707 in similar surounding
this is great, never have seen this fascinating police cars, or 707 "let it all hang down" full flaps!

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ProwlerX US

2012-07-08 01:36

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Any chance you could provide the car chase karoomay?

karoomay SY

2012-07-08 03:15

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I almost forgot to post thumbs of these various background cars that just appear for a few seconds in the first scene of the movie
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Let me know if you see any interesting/unusual/rare cars in the thumbs.

karoomay SY

2012-07-08 03:32

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ProwlerX wrote Any chance you could provide the car chase karoomay?

@ProlerX: here's a link to the movie on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oy8tKUx1lyM
There 3 chase scenes you can skip to (but I must warn you, they're kinda cheesy :p)
1st one is from 3:22-6:00
2nd one from 49:25-50:01
3rd one 1:28:30-1:34:13

andrepa DE

2012-07-08 03:42

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Let me know if you see any interesting/unusual/rare cars in the thumbs.[/quote]
1st thumb first car face of Jaguar

dsl SX

2012-07-08 03:53

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andrepa wrote 1st thumb first car face of Jaguar

Yes - looks Mk2 or perhaps even XK150. I wondered if the yellow with black roof in same thumb is a Porsche 914, but too indistinct to be sure.

sixcyl FR

2012-07-08 11:45

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Aircraft at:
http://www.impdb.org/index.php?title=Zi%27ab_la_ta%27kol_al_lahm

One of my favourite era in Aviation ;)
Thank you karoomay :)

karoomay SY

2012-07-08 22:16

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You're welcome sixcyl :D

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