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Nowhere to Go, Movie, 1958 IMDB

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Also known as:

  • Sem Saida (Brazil)
  • Gejagt (Germany)
  • Le criminel aux abois (France)
  • Senza domani (Italy)

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screw13article RU

2019-07-20 21:00

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Country: United Kingdom
Year: 1958
Genre: Crime, Drama, Film-Noir

Director: Seth Holt, Basil Dearden (uncredited)
Starring: George Nader, Maggie Smith, Bernard Lee and others.

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johnfromstaffs EN

2019-07-21 14:41

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In thumb 6 a Hillman Minx tries to look gay, and fails, and the four seat drophead coupé version of Sunbeam/Talbot shows us its back. Further up the road a late model Riley RM quietly prepares to leak some engine oil and the kapok stuffing from its leathercloth roof. Possibly the most interesting of the thumbs, I think. Is that an XK front and left or is it the MGA? Something tall behind the Minx, but could be a taxi I suppose.

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screw13article RU

2019-07-21 16:40

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johnfromstaffs wrote Is that an XK front and left or is it the MGA?


It's the MGA, already listed.

Maybe the Sunbeam/Talbot drophead coupe should be listed as well, given that it's now identified (if it's rare?). Minx is a bit too common anyway, imo.

johnfromstaffs EN

2019-07-21 16:51

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Common? A Minx? Yes, but watch out for flying haggis.

The drophead coupé is not exactly emerald rare, but there weren’t that many of them. I have used Sunbeam/Talbot to allow some discussion.

dsl SX

2019-07-21 17:05

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Looking at the pillar tops, I think the Minx is a 1954 Phase VII Californian. And we need all the Minx entries we can find if the Crown Vics are to be toppled from their perch. No over-riders on the Sunbeam-Talbot so seems like an 80.

johnfromstaffs EN

2019-07-21 17:31

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From a quick look I’m not sure you can make that statement about over-riders with total conviction. There seem to be 80s with and 90s without in pictures on the net, and they were just the sort of thing avaricious motor manufacturers would love to use to bump up the price. The Minx could well be a Californian, just the sort of car that the landlady of the successful local would have had until she swapped it for a Metropolitan, and then a Classic Capri.

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